Christian Coworking Space, Beehive, Joins GWA

Max Tocarev and the community at Beehive in San Francisco have joined GWA.
“We love communities,” said Tocarev. “Bringing people into one room and seeing the magic happen is what we are after. Being of Christian faith myself, I saw a need in the marketplace to build a faith-based coworking space in San Francisco that lands on the intersection of faith and work. We are excited about the feedback we have received from our potential demographic so far and are looking forward to the launch as we are solidifying core community and business model.”

Lincoln Nebraska Business Center Joins GWA

OffiCenter Suites based in Lincoln, Nebraska, has joined the Association.
Michael Holroyd, President of the company, attended the recent GWA Conference in Denver. Located in a professional business park next to Office Depot, Best Buy, and surrounded by restaurants, grocery stores, and four blocks from a regional shopping mall, OffiCenter is part of Holroyd Investment Properties’ portfolio which includes residential sales, commercial listings and residential leasing.

CapeSpace, based in Cape Cod, Joins GWA

CapeSpace led by Robbin Orbison has joined GWA as a member. CapeSpace held a groundbreaking ceremony on November 3 and expects to complete construction and open for business in April of 2016.

Workspace Tours Included Business Center and Coworking Spaces

45 members enjoyed tours of three very different and dynamic workspaces in Denver as part of the Association’s annual conference.

White Paper Penetrates ‘Measuring Knowledge Worker Productivity

A White Paper prepared by furniture provider AllSteel addresses the difficult process of measuring knowledge worker productivity. The paper details the six factors that correlate with the performance of teams involved in knowledge work.

WeWork’s Residential Concept (WeLive) Getting Closer – Financial Projections Questioned

The Dorm concept appears to be moving beyond the college campus. WeWork’s Residential product, WeLive, is closer to launching as several buildings in several cities move closer to opening.

Four Departing Board Members Honored for Tremendous Work

Four departing board members were honored for their service to the Association by GWA President Scott Chambers, during a luncheon at the Association’s 29th Annual Conference: Nick Logothetis of Symphony Workplaces; William Edmundson, formerly of Abby Office Centers; Angie O’Grady, formerly of Carr Workplaces; and Carlos Goncalves of Avila Business Centers.

The Reviews Are In for GWA’s 29th Annual Education Conference

GWA’s 29th Annual Education Conference, held October 21-24th at the Westin Denver Downtown was given high reviews by the 220 attendees – 66 of whom were first-timers – as did the fifteen exhibitors who experienced strong traffic, leads and sales on the exhibit floor. The Education Sessions all received positive reviews from members, including many who felt it was one of the Association’s best conferences ever held.

Several New Members Join GWA Board

The Global Workspace Association held an election of the general membership as mandated by the Association’s Bylaws. William Edmundson, Secretary, announced the winners during the Association’s Annual Business Meeting, held on October 21st. Layton Dodson of The Office Quarters was elected by the membership to serve as the Association’s Treasurer. Benjamin Dyett of Grind was elected to an At-Large seat on the Board.

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