The rise of small coworking space networksAre there advantages in having a small chain of branded coworking spaces within a localized area? In some cities and regions, it seems so. A tight family of commonly-owned spaces might offer coworkers a wider option of working locations within a given area. Here we look at some examples of successful small coworking chains.
The different strengths of small and big coworking spacesCoworkers prefer smaller coworking spaces. But not everything that people want is necessarily good for them - think of your mountain of Easter eggs left over from last weekend. While small spaces might be more comfortable, larger ones provide a wider network of opportunities.
Big companies tap into coworkingTechHub is Google’s coworking space in London. Not directly or explicitly, but rather through a hands-off sponsorship arrangement that allows it to interact with the coworkers and hear their ideas. Now that Google is on the scene, will other large companies start to see coworking spaces as potential talent pools and idea hotspots?
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