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We’ve been bringing London’s independent coworking space owners together in some shape or form since 2014. In 2018 everyone decided to meet for breakfast in a different coworking space every month and we’ve never looked back.
We now call this the Coworking Assembly Breakfast Show!
During the COVID-19 Lockdown we ran the monthly event online and did an informal open call at midday on Tuesday and Thursdays. The party never stops!
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In this episode, Stefanie Mayr discusses the Urban Garden Project, a coworking space that prioritizes community and hospitality. Stefanie talks about the importance of natural connections and the role of onboarding and community managers. Technology, such as an app for building access and engagement, is also utilized. The collaborative atmosphere in coworking spaces fosters connections among occupants. Stefanie believes in the future of flexible and adaptable workspace design.
In this Coworking Values podcast episode, Martyn Sibley discusses the importance of inclusion in businesses for people with disabilities. He shares his travel experiences as a wheelchair user and highlights the need for both physically accessible places and supportive and informative environments. Martyn emphasizes the financial benefits of disability inclusion for businesses and the importance of understanding diverse needs. He also talks about his project, ‘Accomable,’ which aims to make travel more accessible for disabled individuals. Additionally, Martyn discusses the challenges he faced in finding an accessible coworking space.
Ilia Kenigshtein is the founder and CEO of Creative States, a network of coworking spaces in Ukraine. They go beyond traditional workspaces by creating a strong sense of community and social impact. Despite the challenges of the pandemic and war in the country, Creative States maintains a high occupancy rate. Their coworking spaces serve as a form of resistance and community-building during the Russian invasion. They also provide child-friendly spaces and aim to expand into Europe and beyond. Creative States’ mission is to create a haven within coworking, where normalcy and freedom shine even in the face of adversity.