Stories and insights from workspace creators, community catalysts, and coworking thought leaders
Episode 30: Open Coworking Open Coworking is a non-profit which maintains the 5 open-source resources for the Coworking movement, the Coworking Blog, the Coworking Wiki, The Coworking Leadership Slack Channel, the Coworking Visa and the Coworking Google Group. I chat...
Episode 28: Coworking Services - Deskpass Deskpass provides a monthly "subscription" to local coworking spaces. Launched in 2016, Deskpass now offers 70 workspaces between it's Chicago and Los Angeles network. I speak with founder, Sam Rosen about the platform, model...
Episode 27: Coworking Services – Cobot Cobot was the first SAAS coworking software platform on the market. Designed by coworking owners to manage their space, it was designed to take care of repetitive tasks to allow coworking staff more time for their members. I...
Episode 26: Coworking Services - Kowrk Kowrk provides a listing platform for shared work spaces and connects coworkers with over 100 spaces in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Cambodia. I talk with Founder, Honey Kathuria about Kowrk's platform, the state of Coworking in...
Episode 25: Hiring your Coworking Team Building a good team is important for any business. Building a team who exemplifies your values and brand promise as a coworking space is crucial to your success and sustainability. In this episode I walk through my hiring...
Episode 25: Mission Based Coworking: Digital Nest The Digital Nest provides tech training, job skills and a safe community place to low-income youth ages 12-24. I talk with founder, Jacob Martinez, about providing these free services to 800+ members. About Jacob...
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About Coworking With Iris
Coworking With Iris was created to help drive the coworking movement as a whole towards sustainable success through sharing the stories and insights of workspace creators, community catalysts, and coworking thought leaders.
Iris Kavanagh works with shared workspace organizations to streamline operations and develop dynamic communities. She fell in love with coworking when, as a member of NextSpace Santa Cruz in 2009, she then recognized the power of real, in-person community, and quickly started thinking of ways to change the world through the coworking model. Iris led the NextSpace team during initial expansion from 1 location to 9 and co-founded various industry groups including the League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces and Women Who Cowork, produced Freelance Camps and has spoken at various industry conferences.
Iris currently consults, co-leads the Global Alliance of Women Who Cowork and showcases industry and movement leaders through her media series, Coworking with Iris. She lives in Santa Cruz, California with her son and various fur and feathered babies.
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