You know coworking? You should …
- Coworking is smart independent knowledge workers who work mostly solo or in small teams, but don’t want to be stuck in their home office all day every day
- Coworking is remote team members of larger companies who don’t want to be remote from people & interactions & a place to go
- Coworking is networking and creative interaction between people with different skill sets, maybe even in different industries, leading to different solutions
- Coworking is a place to work but not a traditional office
- Coworking is like the coffee shop, but you don’t have to buy a coffee or a muffin every hour – and it’s a bit quieter
- Coworking is a space for small teams in larger companies who want to break off and do something innovative
- Coworking is a place where growing companies can get a few spaces while they’re looking for other offices or premises
- Coworking is the future
Well, we’re trying to set up a coworking space in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. Yeah, right here in the Fraser Valley. With the farms next door (not really) and Mount Baker in our window (well, maybe).
The “we” part is yours truly, John Koetsier, and Matt Farley, of Pendeavor, a web design firm. You should join. It’s about the community, not about us. It’s about the space and the place, and the interactions with others that can occur when you’re there.
Pretty soon, you’ll have a place to sign up. It’s coming … on a page much like this one:
Details and links coming!
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