These Companies Think You'll Pay to Work in a Stranger's House

These Companies Think You'll Pay to Work in a Stranger's House
“It made little sense for me to pay for a co-working space full time, because I'd then need to pay for a dog walker,” says Sharona Coutts, the chief executive officer of Brooklyn's SpareChair. “And I had no desire to volunteer for the daily Brooklyn-to …
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Exclusive: Portland's next co-working company signs 18k-square-foot lease in
“We're not just tech startups,” said Jay Chernikoff, founder and CEO of DeskHub, which also has co-working spaces in Scottsdale, San Diego, Atlanta and Salt Lake City. “We like fashion or food or anything along those lines. Anyone who has the right …
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How NōD takes the philosophy of coworking beyond the walls of its office
The coworking movement is all about collaborating with like-minded people, and in the city of Dallas, Texas, that collaborative spirit extends beyond the walls of the individual coworking spaces. A recurring theme when I talk to people involved in the …
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