WHAT IS COWORKING?

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“Coworking is less about being IN business, and more about being AROUND business!”

Coworking Means COLLECTIVE

Imagine a full-service facility where entrepreneurs and growth-stage companies work and host clients; presenting the entire facility and all who work there as their own available resources. Coworking companies often partner to land new clients. Best of all, a coworking community works on your behalf to bring new business opportunities through awareness. Unlike a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same company and many are owners. Most small companies can’t afford a standalone facility let alone features that attract most clients and curate great work. 

Coworking Means COLLABORATION

Coworking allows you to work how you want and when you want. It provides a support network so you don’t have to work alone. It also offers inspiring space to do your best work while regularly meeting new people. It’s a place to collaborate with other like-minded entrepreneurs working in the coworking community. Traditional workplaces have not kept up with the needs of an emerging class of creators. Coworking provides those needs and opportunities through collaboration. 

Coworking Means COMMUNITY

A coworking community is made up of individuals looking to make their dent on the universe. The cross-pollination that occurs in a coworking facility expedites business growth, professional development, and expansion, along with exposure to a broader marketplace through networking. And when you need a break, there’s always others ready to hangout and reenergize your creative mojo.

 Who Works At A Coworking Facility?

  • Actors

  • App Developers

  • Attorneys

  • Artists & Sculptors 

  • Audio Engineers 

  • Copywriters

  • Coders

  • Community Organizers

  • Consultants

  • Creatives

  • Clinicians

  • Graphic Artists

  • Dancers

  • Designers 

  • Directors

  • Editors

  • Event Planners

  • Fashion Designers

  • Financial Planners

  • Instructors

  • Marketers & Advertisers

  • Musicians

  • Photographers

  • Producers 

  • Programmers

  • Stylists

  • Subject Matter Experts

  • Technicians

  • Technologists

  • Videographers