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Co-Working Spaces

Monday, March 01, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Dr. Jeff Cornwall of The Entrepreneurial Mind has a neat post today about the rise of co-working spaces.  According to Dr. Cornwall, co-working spaces are where, "self-employed people and freelancers can come together in a common space. Unlike traditional executive suites, co-working spaces offer more than just space and office support. Co-working space usually has a very open environment that fosters interaction, collaboration and even shared work projects."

Are you working from a co-working space?  Would you consider it if there were a space like San Francisco's Citizen Space in your area?  Let us know in the comments!

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