amandaolmstead:

I’d never heard the term ‘coworking’ as opposed to ‘working’ until I read this article. Interesting viewpoint.

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Last week we pointed out a recent Wall Street Journal article reporting a trend towards larger startups sticking with coworking as they grow. Various experts warned there could be downsides, from the community aspect of the space inhibiting the formation of a company culture to other coworking companies poaching your talent or ideas. But not everyone it seems sees eye to eye with the WSJ’s experts.

Since its launch last September women’s career advice site The Daily Muse has been run  by a largely remote team. However, the company recently opted for a change, moving together into San Francisco coworking space StartupHQ. Rather than growing out of coworking, this is one startups that’s growing into one, and in a recent post for Forbes, the Daily Muse teams explain why, for them, coworking beats a remote arrangement. Besides a swankier kitchen and more opportunities for bonding, they explain that their…

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