Coworking in Costa Rica

So my country is a near-shore outsourcing paradise. With great
developers, reduced rates ( we are not used to charge by hour ) ,
fluent english , 6 hour plane from LA , Central-Standard-Time. ....

We are trying to create a community to move people into startup land
and plant a couple of open source mentality seeds.

There is no real user group here and most people in the industry don't
know each other.

What do you think is the best way to engage people into the coworking
idea.

Any advice or even better, help building some momentum from the
outside in.

thanks!

I was recommended to check out Nomada.

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On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 2:41 PM, Kyle Pfister [email protected] wrote:

Hello - I’m in Costa Rica for a couple months and interested in a co-working office, are there any available? Kyle

On Saturday, March 16, 2013 8:18:04 PM UTC-7, Raine Lourie wrote:

Hey Roberto,

Do you still have any interest in coworking in Costa Rica? I’m in San José now and would love to get a coworking space off the ground.

-Raine

On Friday, January 20, 2012 10:50:05 AM UTC-6, Roberto Rodriguez wrote:

So my country is a near-shore outsourcing paradise. With great

developers, reduced rates ( we are not used to charge by hour ) ,

fluent english , 6 hour plane from LA , Central-Standard-Time. …

We are trying to create a community to move people into startup land

and plant a couple of open source mentality seeds.

There is no real user group here and most people in the industry don’t

know each other.

What do you think is the best way to engage people into the coworking

idea.

Any advice or even better, help building some momentum from the

outside in.

thanks!

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Hey, I see this is an old post but there is a new coworking space in Heredia called cospacio (cospacio.com)

Hey guys,

I’m moving to Costa Rica and looking into starting up a co-op working space.

I’ll be getting over in August to find the ideal location and start putting a plan together.

Please let me know what you think, what you’d like in a co-op working space or any advice you’d have on the topic.

Kind regards,

Ed

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On Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 5:50:05 AM UTC+13, Roberto Rodriguez wrote:

So my country is a near-shore outsourcing paradise. With great

developers, reduced rates ( we are not used to charge by hour ) ,

fluent english , 6 hour plane from LA , Central-Standard-Time. …

We are trying to create a community to move people into startup land

and plant a couple of open source mentality seeds.

There is no real user group here and most people in the industry don’t

know each other.

What do you think is the best way to engage people into the coworking

idea.

Any advice or even better, help building some momentum from the

outside in.

thanks!