Coworkation: Inspiring people in inspiring places do inspiring things

Beyond the space Today after a decade of coworking, the business model has taken on different forms and is taking things further than just providing a space for working. We find coworking spaces with vertical and horizontal focus, makerspaces and fablabs, universities introducing coworking for incubating student projects, hotels and hostels for freelancers and startups, […]

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Coworking India 2016

Coworking to support the development of the startup and digital freelancers’ nation With an estimated 15 million freelancers operating within the country, India is second only to the United States in regards to the amount of active independent workers worldwide, making it the perfect environment to let a new coworking industry blossom. An estimated half […]

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Legal coworking

What could be more difficult than opening or expanding a coworking space? Sure enough, it’s the legal aspects which come along with it. On one hand, because coworking is, shall we say, an ‘atypical’ activity under the legal rules established to date in Europe (and also outside of Europe), no specific license exists for the […]

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Transforming the old economy in the Alps

I was invited by Sabrina Schifrer the founder of the Alpe Adria Coworking project. It is a platform focused on start-ups, entrepreneurs and professionals from Carinthia and Slovenia. Its aim is to spread the word about coworking and to build and support the coworking community in this area. The Triple E! LAB consisted of 3 […]

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Coworking Spain Conference 2015

We’ve just celebrated the 4th edition of the Coworking Spain Conference in Valencia last week. The event gathered 200 people to discuss our business concerns, failures and successes. I saw a lot of people I knew but I was surprised by a large number of new people. Despite the coworking bubble in 2012, it seems […]

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