Community first and build on that, not turning desks daily.
That said - most genuine coworking spaces have flex-desks or hot-desks as part of their model (we do!) But the goal is community and that doesn’t start with desks or space.
It also depends if you want to make any money, some money or a bit more than some money.
Alex should chime in with a link to his blog, but the short formula is start with Community (find those you want to work and do life with) then Commitment (depending on size of space needed, get 6-10 committed community coworkers to find a space where the accumulated monthly investment = your rent for said space), then work on ongoing Care for the community.
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On Apr 19, 2014, at 9:31 PM, Darryl Bosa [email protected] wrote:
I am looking to set up a co work space in Vancouver, where I am from. I am interested in learning some of the expense items I can expect in day to day operations. Also, is there some generic revenue model that I could use as a foundation. On the spectrum of revenue streams, i see it as being somewhere between a restaurant model (that turns tables daily) to monthly memberships.
Anything would be helpful!
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