Coworking pioneers in the Coworking Library

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The Coworking Library is an open interdisciplinary online database with links to all coworking publications. It’s a collaborative project by Deskmag, the German Coworking Federation and included.co with great support from the European Coworking Assembly. Among the 200 entries, we found some that were written by pioneers of the early coworking movement. We reached out to some of them to find out […]

Coworking Events Code of Conduct

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We expect all coworking events to commit to providing an accessible and inclusive experience for everyone. Here is how… Events aren’t only fun or educational gatherings. They are an essential part of community building and bonding. However, with great events comes greater responsibility. We expect all coworking events to commit to providing an accessible and […]

Talking with Tara Everett of Canoe Coworking for the 5th Inclusion Event in London

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Tara Everett, founder of Canoe Coworking, has come to London to speak at our ‘Inclusion & Diversity In Coworking’ event on March 14, 2019. Canoe Coworking in Manitoba, Canada, honours the indigenous traditions of its founder by offering a place to gather rooted in history, to encourage economic growth, community strength and to honor the […]

Diversity & Inclusion is bigger than today

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Happy International Women’s Day 2019 – this is what’s next… Today all around the world people are celebrating women. Our community feel strongly about correcting some of the injustices more than 50% of the planet’s population face. For the next 24 hours millions of people will attend initiatives to address gender imbalance, celebrate female achievement […]

What Is Coworking Spain 2019 All About?

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We got to sit down and chat with Manuel Zea, the founder of CoworkingSpain and the Coworking Spain conference. What are you known for and what would you like to be known for? Everyone knows me as the founder of Coworking Spain and the organizer of the Coworking Spain conference, but I would like people […]