A very special coworking

Fanny Marcoux

What sets your coworking space apart?


Each one is different. They all have their own awesomeness, their own little something.


Each month, I interview one coworking manager from somewhere across the world for 30 min. They tell us what their something special is.


Hi, I’m Fanny!


I’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.


During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 and optimize their webshop for conversions.


I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:


https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Episodes

Ep 22 – You can move faster if you share with others – with Szilvia Filep from Coworking Hungary
6d ago
Ep 22 – You can move faster if you share with others – with Szilvia Filep from Coworking Hungary
In this interview, we talk about:Szilvia and her spaces, Coworking Hungary and KATEDRA Coworking VeszprémHow powerful sharing knowledge with others isWhat makes coworking, freelancing and remote working complementary0:00 – Hi!0:55 – The first time I entered a coworking3:05 – It was very new and I had to learn a lot5:44 – It wasn’t easy9:01 – Freelancers kicked off this coworking story, but not anymore12:02 – Don’t you want to meet other coworking managers?17:48 – We thought it was going to be a smooth opening but...20:29 – The 3 revenue streams (plus 2 more)23:05 – ‘It’s ok if I’m not there’ does not work25:43 – Coworkings have a completely different role in villages27:47 – The biggest lack of knowledge is in community building30:44 – Connect with other coworkings32:00 – Bye!SpeakersSzilvia FilepWe're experiencing major changes in the way people work and live. Szilvia creates and supports places, events and communities that rewrite the way we work.Coworking Hungary helps connect, share insights, and host events that drive the growth of the coworking culture in Hungary.KATEDRA Coworking Veszprém is a brand new coworking space that will open its door in May. Check her spaces, Coworking Hungary and KATEDRA Coworking Veszprém:https://www.coworkinghungary.hu/en/https://katedracoworking.hu/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 and optimize their webshop for conversions.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 20 – Why am driving back to my sardine can? – with Justin Powers from Kernville Cowork
12-02-2024
Ep 20 – Why am driving back to my sardine can? – with Justin Powers from Kernville Cowork
In this interview, we’ll talk about:Justin and his space, Kernville Coworkhow work, and workers, have changedwhat a coworking can do for their community0:00 – Hi!1:37 – The definition of rural4:11 – Nobody’s googling for coworking7:54 – I saw what it was, I saw what it could do11:14 – We’re very tourists-dependent13:49 – COVID was a roller-coaster, and so are every summer and winter17:14 – We’re a very small space19:41 – We want to take it to other communities24:47 – We need to be able to have full-time staff28:08 – By the end of the day, they feel like they’re a local31:08 – Join our community hub!33:17 – Bye!SpeakersJustin PowersAfter working with tech companies and startups, Justin founded Kernville Cowork and Sierra Shared Spaces with one idea in mind: “Work Where You Play”.They both aim to support entrepreneurs, remote workers, and startups in Kern River Valley, California, and other rural communities.Check his space, Kernville Cowork, and community project, Sierra Shared Spaces:https://kernvillecowork.com/https://sierrashared.space/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 and optimize their webshop for conversions.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 19 – It’s the perfect match between coworking and events – with Bozhidar Ivanov from Networking Premium
15-01-2024
Ep 19 – It’s the perfect match between coworking and events – with Bozhidar Ivanov from Networking Premium
In this interview, we’ll talk about:Bozhidar and his space, Networking Premiumall the types of events a coworking space can hostwhy, at the end of the day, we do coworking or events0:00 – Hi!3:24 – I didn’t know what coworking was, I just saw this great place5:46 – It seems very natural that one day I’ll start working there7:18 – It was a shock to learn about all the things that we’re doing8:52 – Coworking and events are a very good fit10:36 – It’s not what you have, it’s how you use it11:25 – It comes back to what event space you have13:55 – It’s good to have a structure and schedule but…15:05 – If we think it’s a good idea and we can make it, we make it17:36 – The events I like the most are the events people enjoy19:34 – You can feel the energy in that space21:36 – We love to give back to the community24:28 – Bye!SpeakersBozhidar IvanovBozhidar writes for communities. For Open Sofia to promote his home country, Bulgaria, and its capital city, Sofia. For Networking Premium to promote their events.Networking Premium is a workplace you want to go to, beyond an office, a place where you are surrounded by like-minded people, a community you call Family.Check his space, Networking Premium:https://www.networking.space/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 17 – Experience a new way of living – with Ivano Stella from Out Quarters
15-11-2023
Ep 17 – Experience a new way of living – with Ivano Stella from Out Quarters
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Ivano and his space, Out QuartersThe beautiful sea and mountains near Cilento, Campagna in ItalyHow and why to dive into remote work0:00 – Hi!0:55 – The co in coliving2:38 – Escape the city...5:50 – … to a small town9:15 – Already working in a hybrid model in 201611:05 – I started travelling and working remotely14:13 – Those communities are in coworking and coliving space16:21 – Why don’t these things exist in Italy?18:27 – The first experience21:57 – Let’s do life-work balance, not work-life balance24:40 – It’s a pity that, in the low season, Cilento gets depopulated29:27 – The second experience31:32 – I agree with the ‘back to the office’34:42 – Bye!SpeakersIvano StellaIvano develops co-living experiences, manages the operational plan and maintains relationships with digital nomad and startup communities.Out Quarters gathers coliving and coworking enthusiasts in Italy to foster meaningful connections and a positive impact.Check Ivano’s space, Out Quarters:https://outquarters.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data gets erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 16 – People were flocking to rural areas – with Hannah Cooper from the Staunton Innovation Hub
25-10-2023
Ep 16 – People were flocking to rural areas – with Hannah Cooper from the Staunton Innovation Hub
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Hannah and her space, the Staunton Innovation HubHow to grow even during a pandemicRemote work, balance and outposts0:00 – Hi!3:02 – Let’s do this right in this rural area and see how it goes5:29 – We decided to open a 2nd space, during the pandemic8:23 – Hey, why don’t you come and join our team?11:50 – It was even better than I expected15:45 – Understand the importance of work-life balance17:47 – That’s where we get hybrid work19:17 – Our community are self-starters21:15 – Our hope is to have between 20 and 30 spaces24:55 – We have a shortlist of areas that picked our interest27:22 – Bye!SpeakersHannah CooperHannah manages the two Innovation Hubs, in Staunton and Harrisonburg. She’s also a wife, mum, adventurer and big support of entrepreneurs and small businesses.The Staunton Innovation Hub is designed to reduce barriers to innovation and help small businesses succeed. Entrepreneurs come for features like fast internet or office space, and stay for the people.Check her space, Staunton Innovation Hub :https://www.stauntonhub.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 15 – Coworking is community working together – with Anne Kirby from The Candy Factory
20-09-2023
Ep 15 – Coworking is community working together – with Anne Kirby from The Candy Factory
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Anne and her space, The Sweet Corewhat being a family truly meanshow spaces can collaborate together0:00 – Hi!0:41 – The space came after the community4:36 – There was more than just creatives coming at the table6:00 – There were many great cafes but coworking was missing9:07 – This has to happen11:54 – Kids and dogs are the norm15:42 – We don’t have to be a one size fits all17:03 – Collaboration over competition19:48 – Cat Johnson’s Coworking Lab21:41 – A great business resource23:19 – A wellness theme24:45 – Get out!26:10 – Bye!SpeakersAnne KirbyAnne does many things.She operates an agency, a coworking space, founded a Coworking Alliance, hosted a Coworking Conference, hosts meetup groups and does some more public speaking.The Candy Factory is a community of professionals who have found a new way to work.It promotes business growth, creative thinking, shared brilliance, and collaboration for small businesses, freelancers, remote workers, and non-profits.Check Anne’s space, The Candy Factory:https://candyissweet.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data gets erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 14 - Focus on the kind of work you want to be doing - with Ed Moss from The Space to Thrive
06-09-2023
Ep 14 - Focus on the kind of work you want to be doing - with Ed Moss from The Space to Thrive
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Ed and his space, The Space to ThriveThe Serotonin TwistHow to build a real safe space0:00 – Hi2:34 – Working together, with a pomodoro4:06 – The temptation to procrastinate7:19 – It got really bad during the pandemic9:14 – You love it or you hate it10:57 – A balance between well-being and productivity12:17 – I got emails months or years after14:00 – Always mix with other people16:08 – I didn’t know how to describe what I did18:00 – A real safe space22:03 – The energy shifts when someone new arrives25:39 – Train people up28:14 – Remote work in remote areas29:34 – Bring people into their bodies31:38 – ByeSpeakersEd MossEd likes to bring together different people and help organisations improve their processes.That’s exactly what he does with ‘The Space to Thrive’ -- the place where leaders and teams come to thrive, even during the toughest times.Check Ed’s space, The Space to Thrive :https://www.thespacetothrive.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 12 – Create a space for relationships to form – with Spud Marshall from My Creative Community
15-06-2023
Ep 12 – Create a space for relationships to form – with Spud Marshall from My Creative Community
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Spud and his spaces, New Leaf, the co.space, 3 Dots, and My Creative Communitythe Community Commitment Curvelots of messy middles0:00 – Hello!1:51 – A total lack of community spaces5:30 – Where people can work, live and play together8:00 – What is your strength?10:42 – Your staff is also part of the community13:55 – When have you felt the most alone?15:06 – Introvert and community builder17:25 – Engage everybody in their own way20:35 – You cannot clone yourself fast enough22:18 – When the ecosystem doesn’t need us anymore25:28 – A community of community (builders)28:16 – All the tools and resources31:45 – Bye!SpeakersSpud MarshallSpud is a social entrepreneur, creative community builder, and lover of fog machines.He co-founded two coworking, one coliving and a support group for creative community builders.Finally, he is the author of two books ‘Designing Creative Communities’ and the ‘Creative Communities Field Guide.’Check his current community, My Creative Community:http://www.mycreative.community/And his hundreds tools list to help you manage your community:https://mycreative.community/opportunity/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, freelancing, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 11 – It needs to be for the members – with Tim Schabsky from Work Inn
23-05-2023
Ep 11 – It needs to be for the members – with Tim Schabsky from Work Inn
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Time and his space, Work Innwhat coworking brings in compared to a private officebeing there for your members, while on a roller-coaster0:00 – Hi there!3:22 – From the City in London to West Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany7:01 – Are German towns ready for coworking?9:25 – ‘It all went crazy’10:42 – Private offices are trendy, why not do only that?14:22 – When big corporations, startups and freelancers talk to one another15:58 – You cannot book online, you have to come to the space18:40 – Large network of smaller spaces21:00 – We call it ‘Open Coworking’22:45 – Opening a new space is always a hassle24:37 – There are a few more locations I really want27:36 – Try a coworking space now!29:36 – See ya!SpeakersTim SchabskyTim and his team/family are working hard to create a large network of coworking spaces in the Ruhr-Area.They’re designed for start-ups, agile corporates, ambitious freelancers, digital leaders and creatives.They have 13 coworking spaces, 300+ regular members and 4.000+ people attending their events.Check his coworking space, Work Inn:http://www.workinn.de/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it’s too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn, where you can follow me:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 10 – You know you can log in and there’s a friendly voice there – with Paulette Durepos from CafeLifestyle CoWorking
14-04-2023
Ep 10 – You know you can log in and there’s a friendly voice there – with Paulette Durepos from CafeLifestyle CoWorking
During this interview, we’ll talk about:Paulette and her online community, Cafe Lifestylethe silver nomads coming inhow spirituality and productivity can go together1:20 – It’s the cafe culture, it’s magical6:00 – I found my tribe, my people9:08 – There are more and more women over 40 who are location independent11:10 – They come in all kinds of different flavours14:23 – You can even book a seat at a restaurant or cafe during downtime17:00 – There’s a lack of accountability, self-care and productivity20:16 – Helping spiritually minded to set and celebrate goals24:45 – Blending business and spiritual goals28:03 – Are you feeling the stress of solopreneurs?SpeakersPaulette DureposPaulette loves coffee, cafes and the lifestyle that goes with it. That’s how she started her own community, at a cafe.She now helps female entrepreneurs both at cafes and online. She provides them with a space where they can ask tough questions and work on what they need.Check the CafeLifestyle here:https://cafelifestyle.rocks/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, digital nomading, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 9 – I want to invent a new system – with Pauline Thomas from Le LapTop
10-04-2023
Ep 9 – I want to invent a new system – with Pauline Thomas from Le LapTop
During this interview, we talk about:Pauline and her former space, Le Laptop, and her new projecthow to go from 1 to 10 employeeswhat ‘coworking’ really means1:18 – How crazy one can be to start one of the first coworking spaces in Paris...5:51 – The space selects the members, not the opposite10:06 – The goal wasn’t to build a coworking, but to share this new knowledge13:18 – The space has many layers, including the climate crisis16:16 – Marseilles is different20:56 – I will never do a coworking again, the community is more important24:32 – We do many trainings online, our members ask for it27:33 – The next evolution is a media33:35 – Dancing is the solutionSpeakersPauline ThomasPauline is an artist, author, agile sprinter and founder of Le Laptop, a coworking space in Paris and Marseilles dedicated to design since 2012.There, they train freelancers and other creative workers in UX and provide them with everything they need. It aims to create a space for real collaboration.Check her space here:https://www.lelaptop.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it’s too late.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me there:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep 8 – The way you build your community says a lot about you – with Taylor Harrington from Groove
21-02-2023
Ep 8 – The way you build your community says a lot about you – with Taylor Harrington from Groove
During this interview, we talk about:Taylor and her coworking, GrooveWhat are Community Manager, Builder and Architect?How do you scale the unscalable?0:00 – What is the Groove?1:27 – How your first experience at a coworking can inspire you4:30 – Both IRL and fully remote have one thing in common, a community7:47 – Even physical spaces want to keep in touch in the long term10:18 – What’s a Community Manager?12:46 – What does status look like? And what does it say about your values?17:40 – Building a community is like building a house20:05 – Going fully remote23:35 – You’re not in their shoes, you actually lived it26:27 – Scaling intimacy27:47 – The EndSpeakersTaylor HarringtonTaylor is on a mission to build the opposite of loneliness in the world. And she does just that by bringing people together as the Head of Community at Groove.Groove is a global community of solo workers getting sh*t done. It's like walking into a virtual coffee shop and everyone there is an awesome solo worker paving their own path.Check the Groove app here:https://wegroov.in/share/fwixFanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it’s too late.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me there:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
1 – The coworking industry in India is exploding – with Vidur Pratap Bansal and Workcave
30-01-2023
1 – The coworking industry in India is exploding – with Vidur Pratap Bansal and Workcave
This is the first interview, and LinkedIn Live event. So exciting, and scary… Thank you so much to Vidur Pratap Bansal who accepted to join me in this adventure.During this interview, we talked about:Vidur and his space, Workcavehow to make your first hiresthe coworking industry in India3:07 – Coworking spaces can start with one big company that rents one big private office5:03 – Some like big windows, some don’t, which team are you on?7:38 – Divide into calling and non-calling zones for salespeople or teachers who need to make many calls10:14 – Just open a second branch right in the middle of the pandemic13:50 – Coworking spaces are where you could find the right people to help you15:42 – Or even manage a daycare centre20:20 – Community managers need an attitude, to be a people person22:20 – Take the time to catch up, even if it’s only over the phone. It’s a small thing, but it makes a huge difference.25:14 – Corporates are transitioning to coworking spaces, bit by bit32:10 – Will companies try coworking spaces, or even completely switch?34:50 – How to network during events at coworking spacesSpeakersVidur Pratap BansalVidur is the founder and CEO of Workcave in Chandigarh, India.Workcave is a coworking space with a mission to help startups and freelancers. They provide them with a fully furnished economical office so that they can work, without any hassles.Check this space here:https://workcave.in/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote work, digital nomading, freelancing, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.I help busy freelancers simplify their marketing, and interview coworking managers about what makes their space special.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
6 – How awesome would it be to build a WeWork, but bottom-up – with Christoph Fahle and One Coworking
28-12-2022
6 – How awesome would it be to build a WeWork, but bottom-up – with Christoph Fahle and One Coworking
During this interview, we talk about:   • Christoph, his former space, betahaus, and new project, One Coworking   • how someone thinks about starting in 2009 what will be later called ‘a coworking space’   • the yearning for freedom and community that brings spaces together0:00 – Hello1:07 – betahaus started in 2009, it wasn’t even called coworking04:20 – We were spoiled a lot and only needed the money from the grand-mother to start6:26 – We went through bankruptcy a year ago because of COVID8:09 – It’s now a European story10:30 – A network of coworking spaces, as a side project13:45 – The future of work looks a lot like coworking16:18 – This is kind of a secret, we want to work more with the spaces17:35 – We’ll have a big announcement beginning of next year18:30 – And it’s again different from all those virtual spaces popping up19:33 – This is our journey towards an ecosystem for coworking22:21 – Building betahaus was beautiful, but also exhausting24:37 – A coworking space for pensioners?26:30 – Coworking is a trend much bigger than the COVID crisis28:20 – Thank you and goodbyeSpeakersChristoph FahleChristoph co-founded betahaus, one of Europe’s earliest coworking space networks. As a CEO, he guided their strategy and expansion.He is now working on One Coworking -- a journey to make global workspace infrastructures and communities more accessible.Check One Coworking platform here:https://onecoworking.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, digital nomading, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
5 – You have everything here – with Ivana Radić and HUB365
04-12-2022
5 – You have everything here – with Ivana Radić and HUB365
During this interview, we talk about:Ivana and her space, HUB365how your community can go from startups, to freelancers, to big companiesthe common point between a church, a bar and breakfast0:00 – The Start02:20 – For many people, a community manager was still only about managing social media06:00 – At the beginning, this space was a startup incubator08:30 – Then, we stopped working with them11:10 – During the quarantine, most members were freelancers who wanted to escape home, and some big companies, one team at a time 13:15 – Now events are starting again, we host them every day for up to 100+ people15:15 – The whole building is more than 2,000m²17:13 – There’s a big difference between this and last year21:04 – We’re thinking about opening a second smaller location in the city centre22:59 – You have everything here, even a church, bar, and monthly breakfast25:44 – Digital nomads open more and more companies in Croatia28:07 – The EndSpeakersIvana RadićIvana is a Community Manager, Coworking Coordinator, HR Assistant and PR Manager. In short, she’s like me, she cannot stay in one place.HUB365 hosts tech events, workshops, meetups and hackathons. They discover, support and empower talented young people, helping them build startups. In short, they also cannot stay in one place.Check her space here:https://hub385.com/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, digital nomading, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.I help ecommerce managers transition to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
4 – A space you’re meant to be in – with Stacey Sheppard and The Tribe
04-12-2022
4 – A space you’re meant to be in – with Stacey Sheppard and The Tribe
During this interview, we talk about:Stacey and her space, The TribeHow she designed her space in the middle of rural Devon, 2000 habitantsBarriers female entrepreneurs and mompreneurs face in their career1:08 – It’s a very, very, very small space, about 45 m²3:22 – As soon as I heard about coworking, I thought ‘this is the future of work’8:20 – I wanted to make it for female entrepreneurs because of the barriers they face in their career10:55 – Until we had to close during the first lockdown, that was a dark time...13:00 – After the 2nd lockdown, I had the energy to pivot to an online community16:05 – We thought we would struggle during the summer holidays, but got surprised by a new type of member, tourists18:30 – We don’t exclude anybody, but men who come here are only looking for a desk21:26 – You don’t have those conversations when you work by yourself at home23:20 – Do you plan to be more than 8 people in your space?26:10 – Coworking got a bright futureSpeakersStacey SheppardStacey is an award-winning interior design blogger and journalist. She felt lonely working from home alone and couldn't find a coworking space where she wanted to spend time. So she decided to set one up.The Tribe is a small community-driven coworking space in Totnes, UK. It provides creative, growth-oriented female entrepreneurs with an inspiring working environment designed to foster collaboration, connection and support.Check her space here:https://thetribecoworking.co.uk/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, digital nomading, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.I help ecommerce managers transition to Google Analytics 4 before it is too late and all their data get erased.I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
3 – If you want your members to have a good experience, you do this – With Leo Mpa and The House
04-12-2022
3 – If you want your members to have a good experience, you do this – With Leo Mpa and The House
3 - If you want your members to have a good experience, you do this, with Leo Mpa and The HouseDuring this interview, we talk about:Leo and his space, The Housewhy we need real plants around ushow to engage your members and build community2:00 – an old house in an old neighbourhood with so many plants9:30 – the building owner offered me to manage its 400m² of space, it’s huge12:50 – I was planning to make a coliving in Bali, but I lost everything due to the pandemic...16:00 – digital nomads move and are alone when they arrive in a new city, help them17:15 – a coworking isn’t just a space, it’s community first19:10 – organise events every day, they’re excuses to meet new people20:45 – focus on what you’re good at and like, and delegate the rest21:50 – it’s difficult to find someone who can properly take care of the space25:10 – that time, when we tried to open a second space… everything went wrong29:40 – my members are my coworkers, they give me feedback31:30 – the next step is to expand into a digital platformSpeakersLeo MpaLeo founded The House, a coworking space in the old town of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain. There, he organises events about every day, home cooking deliveries, parties, pastries, and so on.The House is an old house in an old neighbourhood fresh inside when it’s hot outside with Southern Spain typical mosaic and many, many, many plants.Check his space here:https://www.the-house.eu/Fanny MarcouxI’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, digital nomading, freelancing, and digital marketing. Many -ing in there.I help busy freelancers simplify their marketing, and interview coworking managers about what makes their space special.I also post every day on LinkedIn. Follow me here:https://www.linkedin.com/in/fannymarcoux/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.