Coworking... served hot: pop-up coworking spacesWhy should the benefits of networking, meaningful face-to-face connections and interesting learning opportunities be confined to coworking spaces alone? A number of coworking space advocates and operators have taken advantage of their skills as expert event organizers and community managers to uproot the concept of coworking from their fixed spaces and apply them for a short time in other contexts… with astounding results.
Coworking for the ArtistMany writers, musicians, painters, and just artists in general have a day job. If you have not found a way to support yourself as an artist, the need to make money can take away from the opportunity for you to be creative. Although the idea of coworking is creative in its own right, since it encourages collaboration and community, what if there was a way to combine the specific needs of an artist in the coworking movement? Well, maybe it's already happening...
Cosewing: Coworking for DIY fashion designersInfluenced by the concept of coworking, the DIY method and the return to the traditional models of handmade production, a new movement has arisen: cosewing. Imagine wide open spaces, with specialized machinery, cutting tables and creativity in each and every corner. It’s where amateurs and design professionals can find the ideal place to start and develop projects.
Coworking in a hundred wordsIf you are looking for a coworking space, doing a little research is important. We're currently looking for freelance writers to write about coworking. This is why asked applicants to describe in 100 words what coworking means to them, which also includes research or, at least, experience. Here is a selection of the most interesting submissions received.
Is there a coworking bubble? Nope, coworking spaces grow organically.An annual growth rate of nearly 100%, nearly five years in a row? More than 60 coworking spaces in a city like Berlin. Are these the characteristics of a bubble? Nope, these are characteristics of a sustainable change our world of work. But what makes this change different to a bubble?
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