👋 Welcome to This Week In Coworking for Week 42!
This week we share stories about the tightening of UK lockdowns, EFWeek, an exit-interview guide, Breather going ClassPass-y and more…
Here’s the stories, updates, celebrations events and invites you may have missed this week in coworking….
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👏 10 days of celebrating freelancing in Europe starts today.
Over the next 10 days freelancers, organisations, brands, supporters and ofcourse coworking spaces are hosting events large and small across the continent.
Independently organized coffee chats, meetups, webinars, and even more are being coordinated across the continent to celebrate and support freelancers and the impact they each make their regional economies.
🇬🇧 What the UK’s new lockdown rules mean for coworking.
With London’s and Manchester’s lockdowns tiers being elevated, Syncaroo is tracking, investigating and sharing how the new regional 3 Tier alert system affects the access of coworking spaces.
🎫 Breather adds ClassPass-style monthly memberships.
The startup traditionally rents meeting rooms and office space by the day to individuals and teams. Due to demand from existing customers, they’ve added “Passport” month-to-month memberships of five, 10 or 20 passes to any of their 400 spaces. Prices start at $1,500 p/month.
🤗 Why you should interview all members who leave your space.
Exit interviews are extremely useful to improving your workspace business and processes. This article shares why, 10 questions you could use and how to conduct exit interviews.
📹 Coworking videos.
10 coworking software companies joined me in my kitchen to share what they’ve worked on this quarter, and what you can expect next quarter.
Kiri Rawson and Michelle D. Garrett chat about business, coworking, balancing other commitments from South Carolina.
The folks at Alkaloid Networks shared a short video leveraging a great testimonial to position themselves as the ‘friendliest coworking space on the Atlanta beltline’.