Blog + Press August 2017

There are lots of coworking ‘Flavours’: How to find the one that will satisfy your startup

Posted on August 22, 2017 by GCUC Intern in Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC 2017

Startup founders that overlook co-working spaces that aren’t ‘geographically desirable’ might miss out on the ideal work environment, according to Liz Elam, the founder of Link Coworking in Austin, Texas.  Meanwhile, Brad Krauskopf, CEO and Founder of Hub Australia, believes regional and suburban co-working spaces will eventually become the norm. Check out the full article here! Read More »

Rural Coworking – Our Journey

Posted on August 21, 2017 by GCUC Intern in Community, Conference, Coworking, GCUC 2017, Sponsorship

Does being rural change coworking? We opened Cohoots in 2014 in the small Australian town of Castlemaine, population 8000. It was breaking new ground as far as open, independent spaces in rural areas of our state. Despite enormous support and enthusiasm from our community, our first year was very slow. I imagine that many coworking spaces go through the similar experiences of the initial 'wow, I love that idea' to a lack of paid bums on seats - the real… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to a Profitable Coworking Space

Posted on August 16, 2017 by GCUC Intern in Community, Coworking, GCUC 2017, Sponsorship

  If your coworking space isn’t making you money, here’s how to adapt. So you own or manage a co-working space? It’s often a love/hate relationship. Vibe is high, but margins and volume can be low. Building an ecosystem or community of ‘out of office’ workers, digital nomads and incubators might feel good, but does it translate to the bottom line? According to the Global Coworking Survey only 40% of coworking spaces are profitable. So how do you avoid being… Read More »

I Challenge You

Posted on August 7, 2017 by Stormy McBride in Beginnings, Community, Coworking

I’m writing this because I believe that Coworking can help change the world one human at a time. We can make people less lonely by providing a space for community and connection. Loneliness is at an epidemic level in our society and I believe that Coworking can help. Coworking spaces make people less lonely. In research with Emergent Research and GCUC we found in 2015 that: 83% reported feeling less lonely I feel very passionate that we are in a mental health… Read More »