A Reflection on Cowork Tahoe – Before & After Jellyswitch

Our mission at Jellyswitch is to make coworking better - for members as well as for space owners and managers. We want to see the coworking industry grow & thrive. Coworking spaces are vital to supply the distributed workforce with the flexible workspace it needs now & in the future.  This week, I saw with… Continue reading A Reflection on Cowork Tahoe – Before & After Jellyswitch

From Allwork.Space – “The Future of Work is About One Thing: Flexibility”

This week, my first article was published to Allwork.Space, an online news publication that delivers a broad range of news, trends, tips and insights from the flexible workspace industry. https://allwork.space/2019/10/the-future-of-work-is-about-one-thing-flexibility/ If the future of work is about one thing, it’s flexibility. The growing multitude of discussions around the modern workforce are centered not on the drivers of… Continue reading From Allwork.Space – “The Future of Work is About One Thing: Flexibility”

What coworking space operators need to know about pass networks

Participating in a pass network should not devalue your product - it should highlight your worth. One of the newest offerings on the coworking block is a growing list of companies offering a pass for access to multiple coworking spaces.  My coworking space recently got an email from one of these companies pitching us on… Continue reading What coworking space operators need to know about pass networks

Coworking through the lens of Facility Management

Coworking space management is maturing as the industry grows and expands. Although viewed by many as a disruption to the traditional commercial real estate industry, many of the same core principles that enable traditional corporate offices to run smoothly also apply to flexible workspace. Rather than ignore those principles, the coworking industry should go further… Continue reading Coworking through the lens of Facility Management

The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 3 (Commercial Real Estate)

This part of our series will take a look into the value proposition of coworking for stakeholders on the commercial real estate side of the industry. To recap, we’re exploring the value proposition of coworking across all parts of the industry for coworking space owners and operators as a guide to craft compelling messaging to… Continue reading The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 3 (Commercial Real Estate)

What can indie coworking spaces learn from WeWork?

The big news this week in the flexible workspace industry: WeWork’s S-1 and imminent IPO. If you are an independent coworking space operator, you may be wondering what it means for you. The Movement The distributed workforce is real, and it is gargantuan. While WeWork has 500+ locations worldwide and is growing like crazy, they’re… Continue reading What can indie coworking spaces learn from WeWork?

Coworking & the 3/30/300 Rule of Thumb

The lobby of Cowork Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Photo credit: Erin Ebright. Coworking & flexible office spaces are quickly becoming a permanent fixture in the global office space landscape. As more and more employees utilize these spaces, the gap between coworking & the traditional corporate office will continue to narrow. It is important… Continue reading Coworking & the 3/30/300 Rule of Thumb

The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 2 (Members)

In Part 1 of this Series on the Value Proposition of the Coworking Industry, I provided an overview of how an increase in the distributed workforce is driving change in the traditional office model. While many remote or distributed workers have depended on a home office or coffee shops to fulfill their workplace needs, these… Continue reading The Coworking Value Proposition – Part 2 (Members)