Did you know there is a coworking Africa conference? I didn’t, before I met Vanessa.
Vanessa has a consulting agency that helps businesses worldwide to create successful coworking projects.
As a founder of a coworking project in Barcelona, Vanessa has meaningful insights about her path, community creating and the coworking world.
Williams took time off and went on a journey in search of his next mission.
when he came back to London, he founded B-hive living.
The B-hive living project project started in the city of London. But now its expanding to Portugal.
When you are so focused on your tenants needs, it must be a success story.
Join us to learn how it all started, what he learned in the focus groups he hosted and how they use technology to make living smarter.
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the location independent movement is a game-changer for beautiful remote areas such as the Arctic.
when Rolf and Stain came for a trip and didn’t want to leave, they decided to create a project that shares the beauty of this place with everyone: Arctic Coworking Lodge.
Not to mention the way the midnight sun goes along with any time zone you need to work with!
Being an entrepreneur isn’t always easy. It actually never is. Antoine had an idea to start a coliving project in the French basque country. Join us to learn how to let go and see what his future plans are. This episode is a talk about ecology, community and big dreams.
My favorite part was when he explained the joy of eating a life you created. I’m not kidding.
Chrystan must have done something right with his vision, because less than a year later he received an irresistible offer from Hmlet to expand and revolutionize the Australian coliving market.
This interview focuses on his first project - Caper co living.
Join us to learn about the Australian property market, how he started and what is his advice for entrepreneurs who are looking to start their own project.
Imagine what can you do with extra 4-6 hours a day. Michele had the same thought.
In Manila the daily life,consists of traffic blocking the city business area for hours and most young professional can’t afford living nearby.
His project Woke coliving will answer this need and many more.
join us to know more about how a coliving project in the Philippines looks like, how it all started and what is it like to develop your own building from the ground up.
When Christine realized that she wants to live with like minded people she not only looked for flat mates, she made it into a business.
It's no surprise, being the serial entrepreneur she is: Christine knows a good idea when she sees one, and we all have a lot to learn from her.
Join us to know how it all started, how it works and what she thinks can be done better if you are building your own project.
After leaving a successful career in the modelling industry, Kaela went on a journey around the world which led her eventually to create her own unique project.
Kaela’s project combines two things that not always come together – travel & community.
Join us to know how she choose the next location, what is co-evolve and get inspired by this amazing woman.
Imagine you have a brilliant idea - a global city. what is the first thing you do?
If you ask Chen and his co-founders, the answer is going away to the desert and write a 200 page book.
This is how Venn started.
Venn is a project that focuses on the neighborhood scale.
Join us to learn how it all started, what are the challenges they had to overcome and get inspired by this amazing project.
Gui is a man of big vision: his current mission is to democratize co-living.
While doing that, he creates pop-up coliving projects around the world, the most recent one took place in Bali.
What made him make coliving the center of his life? What is the balance between structure and chaos? and what personal growth have to do with it?
Join us to know the answers and get inspired by his passion.