Has coworking lost it’s meaning in Denver?

Denver is in a ‘coworking’ boom. It seems obvious as a new space or expansion is announced what seems to be every week. According to news reports, RiNo will have around 6 spaces, LoDo 4 or so, the 16th Street Mall will go from 0 to 4 or 5 in about twelve months, the Golden Triangle will rock 2, 1 in Capitol Hill, 1 in Uptown, and Stapleton might get 3. The new spaces are not small spaces either, but rather mammoths that range from 20,000 sq. ft to close to 100,000 sq. ft. At this rate Denver will have […]

Small Coworking at Scale

The coworking world has been expanding rapidly in the last few years and it’s identity has been tossed around throughout these growing pains. Is it an incubator? A startup hub? An education gathering spot? A new take on executive suites? Or is it a clubhouse for mobile workers to gather? Even though coworking’s identity has been questioned, the business model for most places has been the same, except spaces have grown from under 5,000 sq. ft. to spaces over 50,000 sq. ft. opening on a regular basis. At GCUC this year, I learned of a new approach from The Cove […]

Where Denver Freelancers can find their next gig.

Freelancing can be hard when first starting off. They choose a life of freedom, control over their time, and constantly change between exciting projects. In doing so it can also mean stress on not knowing where your next paycheck will come from. While coworking with other freelancers and teams is a great way to gain exposure and develop relationships Denver has many online job boards and resources to help. The Denver Egotist The Egotist focuses on local creative and related jobs (project management, account executive, etc.) primarily and is a great resource for freelance job seekers and companies. This service […]