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New UK COVID grants totalling £671m available to UK coworking businesses

As a co-signer of the letter to govt asking for coworking spaces and tenants to be recognised in the package of help available for UK business I’m grateful to see that £617m has been made available to many of these – https://www.enterprisenation.com/learn-something/617m-coronavirus-grants-coworking-spaces/

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How Profitable Are Coworking Spaces Today?

Deskmag looks over the latest global coworking survey and discusses how profitable coworking spaces are today. They look at memberships, coworking in the city and private offices. See the full article published by Deskmag below: 

http://www.deskmag.com/en/how-profitable-are-coworking-spaces-profitability-business-stats-statistics-make-money-965

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Podcast 8-Revisiting Approaching Landlords, Property Developers and Building o

This week we revisit our previous podcast ‘Approaching Landlords’ Tom Lewis talks about his current situation and his experiences in dealing with property developers and landlords. If you want to get involved with our next podcast or have any feedback please email tom@coworkinc.co.uk

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/revisiting-approaching-landlords-property-developers-and-building-owners

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Podcast 7 – Software Tools

Tom Lewis from Cowork Inc looks at the software tools we use at The Guild Coworking Hub from our coworking management system, Nexdus Spaces to our project management software Podio.

Here is a full list of the software tools mentioned in the Podcast: Go Cardless, Freeagent, Receipt Bank, Podio, Slack, Evernote, Meraki, Mailchimp, Zapier, Absence.io and Gradwell

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-7-software-tools

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Podcast 6 with guest Tom Ball

In our latest podcast we have guest Tom Ball founder of Near Desk and Desklodge chating with us about commuting and coworking.

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-6-with-guest-tom-ball

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Podcast 5 – The Coworking Community + Guest David from Nook.do

In this weeks podcast Tom Lewis discusses the community between those who work in coworking including coworking operators. This week we also have our first guest on the podcast. Tom speaks to David from Nook.do about our latest investment, the Nook Pod.

You can visit nook.do to find out more about the Nook Pod and their journey so far.

Any further questions and feedback email tom@coworkinc.co.uk

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-5-the-coworking-community-guest-david-from-nookdo

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Podcast 4- Coworking Interiors

Our latest podcast looks at coworking interiors, The Guild Hub in bath as it goes through a refurbishment and Tom Lewis gives 5 points and opinions on common coworking interior decisions.

https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-4-coworking-interiors

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Podcast 3 – Pricing your coworking space

Podcast 3 is here! In this weeks Podcast Tom lewis talks about how you go about pricing your coworking space, How he set up The Guild pricing structure and ideas on how to make your pricing more attractive to potential members. Topics coming up in future podcasts are Churn rate and the identity of your coworking space.

https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-3-pricing-your-coworking-space

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Podcast 2- Approaching Landlords

Our second Cowork Inc workspace podcast is here! Founder of The Guild Coworking space In Bath Tom lewis talks about the process he goes through when evaluating the viability of a new space and the tools and techniques used. He discusses the model he uses when coming to pitch to landlords or for a new building.

https://soundcloud.com/coworkinc/podcast-2-approaching-landlords

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Our First Podcast

Our first Cowork Inc podcast is here. We are excited to have finally started recording podcasts here at The Guild Hub in Bath. In our first podcast Tom Lewis (founder of The Guild Hub) talks about where it all began for The Guild Hub and about his recent summer trip to a coworking retreat in Sussex where he was joined by the likes of Alex Hillman (Founder, Indy hall, Philadelphia) Jonathan Markell (Founder, The Skiff, Brighton) and Carl Jeffrey (Founder, CoFWD, Rochester)

Keep an eye out for next months podcast where we will be talking about community in the coworking world. Don’t forget to follow us on Soundcloud to keep up to date with all the latest podcasts.

https://soundcloud.com/user-821371363/podcast-1-where-it-began