“Drop your people into coworking. We’ll take care of them.” My friend Liz Elam from GCUC said this on a call recently. She was talking about companies that are embracing remote work and
Friendly reminder that you’re not selling desks and offices. You’re selling a work experience—a flexible, fun and creative experience that enables your members to do their best work. To illustrate my point, here
I’m seeing a growing focus on hotel models to define coworking. And I have some thoughts. In terms of giving travelers a way to vet, rate and easily access workspace on-demand, the hotel
I finally got around to watching the Mr. Rogers documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor. I knew I’d be inspired, and I was. What I wasn’t expecting was to learn that the late Mr.
From my NextSpace Santa Cruz days: Maya, me and Jennifer. I was so fortunate to be a member of a coworking community run by these amazing women. And huge props to NextSpace Santa Cruz OG community managers Iris Kavanagh and
Remote work is not going away, and we have the stats to prove it. Here are 14 remote work statistics and what they mean for coworking. 1. 97.6% of remote workers would like
Everything I know about building community, I’ve learned from the community builders that came before me and the communities they built that I’m fortunate to be part of. I’ve been a member of five coworking spaces
As we two-step toward something approaching normal life in your coworking space, let’s take a minute to re-center on your members—and what they want.
Are you phoning in your marketing? Just crossing items off a never-ending todo list? Marketing is so much bigger than your content calendar. It’s about connection, conversation and bringing people
Last week I searched my phone for the nearest coffee shop. A bunch of results came up so I scrolled down to find the one that appealed to me. I opened the listing to check their