Kategoriearchiv: List of Coworking Spaces

List of Canadian Coworking Spaces

Veröffentlicht am 21. Februar 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: CoWorking News International, List of Coworking Spaces | Kommentieren »

Following our list of  Brazilian coworking spaces last week, we like to present a list of Canadian coworking spaces today. The list is compiled by Karim Kanji from Toronto, Canada. Many thanks to him!!! If you know of any other Canadian spaces that are not listed, please add them on Karim´s blog.

List of Brazilian Coworking Spaces

Veröffentlicht am 15. Februar 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: CoWorking News International, List of Coworking Spaces | 1 Kommentar »

Along with the development of the „European CoWorking Directory“ we like to provide you also with lists of coworking spaces that you might find useful while travelling the world. After introducing the list for the US (in January), we like to present to you today a list for Brazil.

European CoWorking Directory introduces the „Video Tour“ entry

Veröffentlicht am 8. Februar 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: CoWorking News International, European CoWorking Directory, Featured Article, List of Coworking Spaces, Videos | 1 Kommentar »

Thanks to Josef Davies-Coates and Sektor5 the „European CoWorking Directory“ can further improve its service by starting to offer a „Video Tour“ of some of the listed coworking spaces. Introducing today the Video Tours of: Hub Madrid, Hub Amsterdam, Hub Rotterdam, Hub Shop Rotterdam and Sektor5, we hope, that soon we can offer a video for all 157 entries currently listed. Please send links of new „Video Tours“ to redaktion@coworking-news.de .

82 Coworking Groups on Meetup – Nearly 100 Groups on Waiting List

Veröffentlicht am 10. Januar 2011 von Felix Schürholz in Kategorie: CoWorking News International, CoWorking-Starter, CoWorking-Verzeichnis, European CoWorking Directory, List of Coworking Spaces | 2 Kommentare

On Friday we wondered how social networks could improve coworking. One of these networks we look at today is Meetup. We found 82 coworking groups there, with nearly 100 cities across the US, Europe, Asia etc. on a waiting list. In contrast, coworking offers on dedicated coworking sites in the same period of time seem to have attracted  more coworkers and produced considerably more coworking offers than Meetup. For the US we find about 250 coworking spaces in the coworking registry. In Europe the „European CoWorking Directory“ lists about 150 entries. (To date we do not know of any platforms dedicated to gathering coworking  data for Asia, South America, Australia and Africa. If you know any, please let us know.) Adding up the known coworking offers on the dedicated coworking platforms in the US and Europe we get about 400 coworking spaces in total which is five times as much as on Meetup. We are curious whether this ratio of  about 1 to 5 as an indicator for the influence of one social network on global coworking activity will stay the same in the course of the next year. We will keep you posted.