coworking in businessweek.com

Where the Coffee Shop Meets the Cubicle by Kerry Miller
Coworking facilities blend the appeal of an independent environment with many of the advantages of the traditional office.

brief excerpt…

Over the past few years, coworking facilities—both grassroots, co-op-like versions and for-profit models—have started popping up across the country and the world, from Seattle to Copenhagen. A CoWorking Wiki hosts pages for dozens of other cities with coworking initiatives in progress. And while the concept of shared office space is nothing new to entrepreneurs, an increasing number of them are signing on and finding that the community-building and networking benefits outweigh even the virtues of a shared fax machine.

photos & profiles of some coworking spaces

ps – please note that the original article in ms miller’s article is wrong. it is not co-working it is coworking and you can find more information at http://wiki.coworking.info or http://coworking.pbwiki.com

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One Comment

  1. Posted February 26, 2007 at 3:43 pm | Permalink

    Not to mention that Citizen Space was founded by Tara Hunt & Chris Messina of Citizen Agency and Ivan Storck of Sustainable Marketing. Argh. Why do reporters always mess these things up?


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