A real interest in co-working has started to develop in the North East.
Space on Tap's Colleagues on Tap co-working days have proven to be a popular addition to traditional networking activity, providing the opportunity for people who usually work from home, or in a small team, to work alongside new colleagues for the day in 'pop-up' offices set up in a whole host of locations across the region. It has to be said that the Northern part of the region has seen greater take-up so far, although we have now started to receive some interest from business people in the Tees Valley and Durham areas too, and our Spring 2011 programme spans the region from Ridings Mill in Northumberland to Stokesley in Tees Valley/North Yorks. More details here.
So, let's talk about co-working. If you want to know more about co-working just ask in the comments section below or email us at email@example.com
We'd also love to gather your COMMENTS / IDEAS / THOUGHTS about co-working. Here are a few questions to start you off:
- What's most important in co-working - the space or the people?
- What are the 3 features a co-working space would need to have to make you want to go there?
- What would you prefer, a 'co-working event' or a 'co-working space'?
- Would you be interested in joining a co-working network?
- What's better for personal and/or business development - co-working or networking?
- Is co-working for people who work alone, or could larger organisations benefit from it too?
Thanks for contributing :)