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.
Facilitating coworking collaboration through Hackathons
Hackathons. What comes to mind is the image of a bunch of sleep deprived programmers huddled over their laptops frantically working for 48 hours to come up with the next big innovation. More often than not, this is an accurate picture. But after a recent Hackathon we attended in Austria, What The Hack?, which brought together participants from 6 different countries and 6 different coworking networks, we saw an incredible potential for utilizing hackathons, or similar events, as a way to enable cross-border collaboration
How to Run a Coworking Space According to Twelve Veterans
Over the past couple years, the team of ShareYourOffice interviewed operators of coworking spaces in all corners of the US. Between the dozen founders, directors, and managers they spoke to, there were a few recurring trends and a few points of disagreement. For an aspiring coworking space founder, there's no replacement for expert advice. Here's what coworking veterans have to say about the industry.
How To Avoid Disaster When Starting A Coworking Space
Starting your own business can be extremely rewarding, but also very challenging. There is no exception to this rule for founders of coworking spaces. It's easy to celebrate success but much harder to talk about failures. The founder of a failed coworking space has summarized her lessons. Here are eleven tips to avoid some frustration when building a coworking space.
Eight reasons why it's worth joining a coworking space
Coworking is a growing trend. Each year, more and more freelancers decide to share a space with like-minded professionals as a way to avoid work-from-home distractions. However, some freelancers are still skeptics. Renting a desk at a coworking space could mean losing your freedom to work in pajamas, and could add an extra cost to your budgets. But there are eight reasons at least why it's worth to join a coworking space.
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