Coworking Weekly Rundown June 9, 2017

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New demands and changing trends are dominating the coworking industry news in this week's roundup. Operators and developers are finding new ways to incorporate member needs by incorporating elements from the hospitality and residential sector. With huge coworking spaces appearing in London and India, demand for market trends grows higher. And Dan Bell, cofounder of COCO, talks about how to design a coworking space that meets the modern market needs. This and more...


GWA Flexible Office Conference 9/11 - 9/13 - first early bird deadline is June 15th!

Early bird tickets on sale for Worktech West Coast ‘17



William Edmundson announces launch of Escalate Suites

Back To Basics With Don Ball: How To Design A Successful Workspace From Scratch



Austin Entrepreneur seems to be forming a WeWork competitor

Indian coworking brand BHIVE raises £1.2M

5 ways office buildings are adopting residential and hospitality concepts

Office landlords partner with Uber, Lyft to overcome parking costs and attract tenants

Hubble, a ‘digital platform’ to help businesses find flexible office space, raises £1.2M

First medical office “coworking” space opens in Scottsdale - rent exam rooms by the half day

WeWork to take 280,000 square feet in London (No, that’s not an extra 0.)


EP. 54- fighting the loneliness epidemic


Community is the core benefit of coworking spaces. In this episode we hear stories of how creating communities change coworking and lives. LISTEN HERE

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