Ep 11 – It needs to be for the members – with Tim Schabsky from Work Inn

A very special coworking

23-05-2023 • 30 mins

During this interview, we’ll talk about:

  • Time and his space, Work Inn
  • what coworking brings in compared to a private office
  • being there for your members, while on a roller-coaster

0:00 – Hi there!

3:22 – From the City in London to West Nordrhein-Westfalen in Germany

7:01 – 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 another

15:58 – You cannot book online, you have to come to the space

18:40 – Large network of smaller spaces

21:00 – We call it ‘Open Coworking’

22:45 – Opening a new space is always a hassle

24:37 – There are a few more locations I really want

27:36 – Try a coworking space now!

29:36 – See ya!


Tim Schabsky

Tim 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:


Fanny Marcoux

I’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:


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