In the world of work in 2019 and beyond, speedy internet connections and ergonomic chairs are a given. But as coworking spaces expand to new cities and become increasingly available, how do coworking spaces differentiate themselves and evolve to serve a broader set of needs?
Victoria Landreville, director of community engagement at Ottawa-based coworking space Coworkly, sees the future of competitive advantage in community building. “We don’t take everybody here,” says Landreville firmly. “We want people who are positive and contributing and who bring a good spirit to the space. This has been our focus from the beginning and it’s really paid off.”Building Communities with Diversity in Mind
A new generation of coworking spaces provide members with their office needs, comfortable amenities, and opportunities to m
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