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October 30, 2008


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Great article. Coworking is the perfect way to stay connected with other professionals while also cutting costs in this tough economy. Coworking spaces provide a relaxing, creative & collabrative atmosphere. Our office business center in Chattanooga, TN is setting up a coworking space in the downtown business district. Find us on Twitter & Facebook. info@theconciergelevel.com

Felicity at Cubes

This is summed up nicely. Cubes&Crayons sees both similar opportunities and possible negative impacts, although I suspect the opportunities will win...but then I am an optimist.

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At LaunchPad Coworking, we couldn't agree more. This post by Julie Gomoll offers that recession may actually be good for innovation and coworking.


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