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πŸ“― Coworking spaces are waiting for USPS to rise to their own challenge
PilotoMail share the challenges and frustrations of coworking operators like Peter Chee Expand πŸ‘‡ (Thinkspace), David Adato (Downtown Works), Channen Smith (Venture X and Office Evolution) and Tamara Payne (Ensemble Coworking) who have been trying their hardest to be compliant as CMRAs.
πŸ’‘ 3 ways to create a Virtual Office client-community
I’ve heard often that corporate and virtual office clients don’t always contribute to the community Expand πŸ‘‡ of local coworking spaces. Rose Rivera from PilotoMail shares 3 tips for bringing Virtual Office clients into your wider coworking community.
As for corporate workers? That’s an interesting topic I’ll try find some resources on. Written one? Share it with us here.
🎯 Where to market virtual mailboxes
Virtual mail offerings are driving huge revenues for many operators, and have consistently done so Expand πŸ‘‡ even through the pandemic. But how do potential spaces find you? Rose Rivera from PilotoMail digs into 5 ways coworking spaces can market virtual mailboxes.
Examples are shared for social media, content marketing, email campaigns, referrals and SEO.
πŸ“¬ Recent updates to the USPS compliance process
Sofia Stolberg shares some info about the new changes happening to the compliance processes of the Expand πŸ‘‡ United States Postal Service. If you’re a coworking space in the US offering mail services to your members, def give this a watch to make sure you and your mail services stay compliant.
πŸ“¨ Guide for nailing a scalable VO offering
Sofia Stolberg shares a 22 page guide on how coworking and flex space operators can nail and scale Expand πŸ‘‡ their virtual office offerings.
I kinda love PilotoMail’s (new?) tagline, "freedom from sq ft", as operators increasingly explore new revenue models and operating efficiencies that aren’t strictly tied to finite bookable space.


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