Coworking: Building Community as a Space Catalyst

38 page Publication by Angel Kwiatkowski & Beth Buczynski , ,
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Abstract in English:

Coworking happens when independent people like freelancers, remote workers and entrepreneurs decide to get together in a shared office space to collaborate and work.

A person who wants to start a community like this is called a Space Catalyst.

Space Catalysts who read this book will find it filled with resources, inspiration and actionable ideas to begin to build a community of coworking members.

Because coworking is new (it’s really only a few years old), it’s important to start a discussion about the forms and directions coworking will take. The larger coworking community, from coworkers to space owners, must add their voices and ideas to that conversation. The fact that you’re reading this book means you’re joining the conversation. Whether you’re considering starting a coworking space in your community, or are simply intrigued by the idea of building a community of independents, you’re in the right place.

This book is descriptive, based on the real world experiences of successful coworking space owner, Angel Kwiatkowski. The stories and experiences on these pages provide answers to common questions about how to seed a coworking community.

Open Access? No

Publication Year 2011

English | Discipline Business