16 Coworking Personalities: How Many Have You Met?
How familiar are you with coworking spaces? No matter how far your time in shared spaces spans, we think you’re ready for a bit of fun, get ready to spot some classic coworking personas! For your benefit, we’ve carefully crafted sixteen personality types to represent the many different faces of the coworking world. From Bernard the Boozer to Yogi Yolander, we’ve summarised sixteen fun personality types for your eyes only.
A New Income Stream? The Future of Shared Services in Coworking
As part of the larger shared economy, businesses in coworking spaces have increased opportunities to build greater networks and partnerships, but this may not be enough to help members grow their client or customer base at speed and see their business grow. It takes more facilitation than thought by many to effectively connect people in and gain results. Could results be driven by the facilitated exchange of services and how valuable is this aspect of coworking to both members and spaces?
5 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Coworking Space
Choosing a coworking space is no easy task. With new coworking spaces opening up all the time, it’d be easy to get stuck in analysis paralysis. How can professionals decide on a workspace that is as unique and fitting as their own personal ambitions? As many say, environment is everything, and finding the right environment is paramount to creativity, output, and professional fulfilment.
Starting a New Freelance Life in a Coworking Space
Starting a new life as a freelancer is many things including: exciting, liberating and challenging. It looks straightforward, but of course it’s not. If you’re making the transition to freelance life, figuring out exactly how the “other side” works can be difficult. Here are a few tips to help you get off the ground a little faster.
Coworking for Travel Bloggers
More and more people are rejecting the 9 to 5 workday and defining themselves as self-employed. Employees all over the world are packing up their cubicles and moving into coworking spaces where they can focus on their passions and interests rather than simply trying to meet weekly targets and sit in meetings. One of the coolest and most enviable professions to emerge from the freelance movement is travel blogging.
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