How I finally 'got' coworking.

During an unprecedented European bank bail-in, I found myself converting recently-vacated offices into makeshift workspaces for the creative and suddenly-unemployed people around me.

Right in the middle of an economic collapse, I finally 'got it'. I had seen the true impact coworking could and would have on the future of work.

I was inspired, hooked and about to go all-in! Communities like these needed to exist and thrive all over the planet.

October 1st 2014

included.co launched to connect & support coworking communities.

Over the last few years, I've pretty much gone all-in on supporting these workspaces, their operators and the amazing communities within them.

Below are some of the other ways I've loved getting involved with the global coworking community.

I ❤️ being able to support entrepreneurial communities

I have been fortunate enough to be able to contribute in the following ways:

Giving Talks

Giving talks to young businesses on the emotional benefits of sharing workspaces.

Sharing Insights

Sharing observations on how shared workspaces affects how businesses grow worldwide.

Raising Awareness

Making noise about how and why governments should support coworking spaces.

Launch Advisor

Advised an £8M coworking project in the UK regarding their launch and differentiation strategy.

Gave Advice

Spoke at Coworking Europe 2017 about the value of Member Benefits for coworking communities.

Launched Spaces

Launched & ran coworking spaces and communities in Cyprus and the United Kingdom.

Also ❤️ Contributing Technological Support

To enable even more sustainable community-building.

Committed resources to supporting #EFWeek, and connecting freelancers to coworking communities.

Supporting coworking.jobs

Committed resources to taking over coworking.jobs and making sure it's free-forever.

Launched invisibleAPI.com

Launched invisibleAPI.com to give 1,000s coworking spaces their own brandable Member Benefits programme.

Let's Chat?

I ❤️ connecting with other coworking people, giving talks and supporting local entrepreneurial initiatives.