This Week In Coworking: #32, 2020

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This week we share 9 updates you may have missed, 2 podcasts you may want to hear and 1 video you may find interesting.

πŸŽ‰ Coworking Day 2020 video becomes a series.

A group of us recently called for video-recorded answers to 4 questions around coworking’s impact in your local communities.Β 

Due to the immense number of videos received, and the impactful stories and observations they share, we didn’t want any voices to be left out.

And so instead, we’re going to be releasing a series of videos, with the first one going out on Coworking Day, (follow #CoworkingDay on social to see it first) with more being released over the coming weeks.

This also means that we’ve removed the deadline and enabled rolling submissions, so that even more coworking folks can share their answers, stories, voices and insights. So if you haven’t, get involved here.

πŸŽ‚ Candy Factory turns 10!

On August 2nd, Candy Factory will have been supporting local entrepreneurship in Lancaster, PA for 3,653 days! How empowering, inspiring and awesome!

Wish them a happy cakeday on Twitter. (Twitter)

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Ashley shares lessons & insights from producing GCUC Canada.

Ashley Proctor shares some of the wins and lessons earned from producing GCUC Canada unconferences since 2015.

P.S. A massive thanks to Ashley for all you’ve done for coworking in Canada and abroad. We can’t wait to announce your next epic missions.

Read Ashley’s insights and thoughts here.

πŸ’Ί Susan shares why you should “take back your commute”.

Susan from Office Nomads shares an insightful blog post about why their members, and you, and everyone else, should take back their commute.

Read Susan’s blog postΒ here.

πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ WomenWhoCowork elevate their coworking founder support.

The ultra-supportive WomenWhoCowork group have introduced a Founder Elevated Membership – designed to help coworking operators get the support and guidance they need, whilst taking care of themselves and running a community through a pandemic.

Learn why or sign up here

β˜•οΈ Starbucks enters coworking through partnership in Japan.

The coffee chain debuts their “SMART LOUNGE” offering, in partnership with Think Lab Co to turning a second floor into “a place where you can be absorbed in” for people who work.

See the official press release (in Japanese) here.

🏜 Proximity contracted to help Utah’s rural coworking spaces.

The State of Utah has awarded Proximity a contract to implement management software for coworking spaces across the state, including businesses that receive funding from the Rural Coworking and Innovation Center Grant Program.

Learn more here.

πŸ“± Colliers + Upflex launch mobility pass.

This partnership offers a mobile app that enables occupiers to supplement their owned and leased offices with a global network of over 5,000 on-demand, flexible spaces for one monthly price per employee.

Learn more here.

πŸ—½ WeWork launches ‘On-Demand’ in NYC.

It would appear that We has shifted their acquisition of Spacious into an app to provide New Yorkers with access to 12 locations that offer workspace for $29 per day, or meeting rooms starting at $10 per hour, without requiring a WeWork membership.

Learn more here.

πŸŽ™ Coworking conversations to listen to.

Daryn DeZengotita (Table Coworking) chats coworking, hospitality and churches on the Coworking Values Podcast.
πŸ‘‰ Listen in here.Β 

Jamie Hodari (Industrious) chats Management Agreements, Hotels & Enterprise on Everything Coworking podcast.Β 
πŸ‘‰ Listen in here.

πŸ“Ή Coworking videos to watch.

Bernie Mitchell shares why you need to stop writing ’10 tips for freelancers’ on your coworking space website and start building trust. 
πŸ‘‰ Watch his video here.

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