Ten tips for coworking with childrenCoworking with children has so far proven to be a huge success or equally large failure for the spaces that have tried it. Third Door in London is in the first category. But their journey to success wasn’t easy. The founders gave Deskmag a ten point summary of things to consider when trying “coplaying”.
Five lessons from London’s creative coworkersCoworking and the creative industries are a great combination. Both are famous for their creativity, relaxed approach to work and open-mindedness. And there are reasons for the pairing too, as creative businesses often need to pull teams together at short notice, say for a film project, and a coworking space is an ideal place to do that.
Five useful tools for freelancersIndependent workers and small startups juggle lots of balls. They manage all parts of their project, from start to finish, including finance, customer relations, and logistics. So Deskmag has come up with a list of five useful new tools for coworkers and startups which make work life that little bit easier.
Helping coworking members interactFor the average coworker, the advantages of working in a coworking space typically include being part of a community, reducing isolation, increasing productivity, networking, and growing a client base and work flow. Encouraging interaction and collaboration in coworking spaces is therefore something all space operators try to achieve, but there are some spaces which serve as exceptional examples to the coworking community in accomplishing these goals.
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