Coworking Visa Map

Finally here! Embed the Coworking Visa Map on your own pages! http://thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace-widget/

Sorry for the wait y’all, but we had to work on other pressing matters, enjoy!

  • jay
···

On Sunday, 14 April 2013 18:56:27 UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

This is so awesome. Thanks Jay!

-Alex

···

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 5:47 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Finally here! Embed the Coworking Visa Map on your own pages! http://thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace-widget/

Sorry for the wait y’all, but we had to work on other pressing matters, enjoy!

  • jay

On Sunday, 14 April 2013 18:56:27 UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Right on!

Chad

···

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coworking in philadelphia

On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 5:47 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Finally here! Embed the Coworking Visa Map on your own pages! http://thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace-widget/

Sorry for the wait y’all, but we had to work on other pressing matters, enjoy!

  • jay

On Sunday, 14 April 2013 18:56:27 UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Wow that’s nice!

···

El lunes, 15 de abril de 2013 03:56:27 UTC+2, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca escribió:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Congratulations Jay!

This looks great. I really like how you integrated photos as the dropped pins! It looks so colorful and inviting that I want to visit all the lovely spaces on the map.

We’ll definitely have to consider integrating photos for the Open Coworking Map project so we can provide a complete dataset for applications like this one.

I’m curious, Jay, how are you pulling down the data and how often? I added Dallas Fort Work to the Coworking Visa list 3 weeks ago, but it’s not yet appearing on the map. I’d love to place this on our site, but I want to make sure visitors know we’re a participant.

Great work!

···

On Monday, June 3, 2013 4:47:26 PM UTC-5, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Finally here! Embed the Coworking Visa Map on your own pages! http://thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace-widget/

Sorry for the wait y’all, but we had to work on other pressing matters, enjoy!

  • jay

On Sunday, 14 April 2013 18:56:27 UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Thanks, Leah. Please update the Visa page on the Coworking Wiki and we’ll be able to add you onto the map. Thanks!

http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583773/CoworkingVisaTexas

···

On Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 1:07 PM, [email protected] wrote:

How fantastic! What a great undertaking.

We would love to be added. START is a tech co-working space in Houston, Texas. We’ve been open a year and we’re growing!

START

1121 Delano Street

Houston, TX 77003

www.starthouston.com

On Sunday, April 14, 2013 8:56:27 PM UTC-5, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Really great work!
We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi
We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

···

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

···

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!
We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi
We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Totally love this. Beautifully simple. Absolutely adding this to our site and member material!

I just tweeted at you that Indy Hall doesn’t seem to be on the list but we’re on the wiki page - could you add us when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

-Alex

···

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:28 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!

We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi

We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Thanks so much Alex! We’ve updated the list with your site :slight_smile:

The next iteration of the map, we’ll give out logins to space managers so we can all update the info on the map, we just wanted to be careful with this so that the map does not get spammy, that’d suck

  • jay
···

On Sunday, 7 July 2013 20:42:08 UTC-7, Alex Hillman wrote:

Totally love this. Beautifully simple. Absolutely adding this to our site and member material!

I just tweeted at you that Indy Hall doesn’t seem to be on the list but we’re on the wiki page - could you add us when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

-Alex

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:28 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!

We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi

We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Hello Jay,

This is an old thread but we just joined the coworking visa program on the wiki. Just wondering if the map is still being updated, we’d love to see our space up there.

Thanks so much for creating this awesome map :slight_smile:

REZERVIT

524 Union Street | San Francisco CA 94133

    Office:  (415)

413.4700

     [http://rezerv.it](http://staywith.it/)

  [@rezervit](https://twitter.com/rezervit)</small>

    Rezerv.It
···

On Sunday, April 14, 2013 6:56:27 PM UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Jay, Could you also add CoWork155, York, PA (www.CoWork155.com). This is such a great way to show the visual impact of coworking.

Kristin Baker

···

On Monday, July 8, 2013 1:31:57 PM UTC-4, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Thanks so much Alex! We’ve updated the list with your site :slight_smile:

The next iteration of the map, we’ll give out logins to space managers so we can all update the info on the map, we just wanted to be careful with this so that the map does not get spammy, that’d suck

  • jay

On Sunday, 7 July 2013 20:42:08 UTC-7, Alex Hillman wrote:

Totally love this. Beautifully simple. Absolutely adding this to our site and member material!

I just tweeted at you that Indy Hall doesn’t seem to be on the list but we’re on the wiki page - could you add us when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

-Alex

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:28 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!

We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi

We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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While you’re at it :slight_smile: The Salt Mines, Columbus, OH (saltmines.us)

Thanks!

···

On Thursday, February 13, 2014 7:07:35 AM UTC-5, Kristin Baker wrote:

Jay, Could you also add CoWork155, York, PA (www.CoWork155.com). This is such a great way to show the visual impact of coworking.

Kristin Baker
On Monday, July 8, 2013 1:31:57 PM UTC-4, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Thanks so much Alex! We’ve updated the list with your site :slight_smile:

The next iteration of the map, we’ll give out logins to space managers so we can all update the info on the map, we just wanted to be careful with this so that the map does not get spammy, that’d suck

  • jay

On Sunday, 7 July 2013 20:42:08 UTC-7, Alex Hillman wrote:

Totally love this. Beautifully simple. Absolutely adding this to our site and member material!

I just tweeted at you that Indy Hall doesn’t seem to be on the list but we’re on the wiki page - could you add us when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

-Alex

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:28 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!

We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi

We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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And us, too, please:

Rasheed22
22 Rasheed St.
Heliopolis
11331 Cairo
EGYPT
fb: rasheed22
[email protected]
twitter: cowo_rasheed22

I guess some other Egypt coworking spaces may want to join, too.

Sunshine,
Uli
Rasheed22 founder+host

···

From: Andy Soell [email protected]

Sender: [email protected]

Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2014 08:15:05 -0800 (PST)

To: [email protected]

ReplyTo: [email protected]

Subject: Re: [Coworking] Re: Coworking Visa Map

While you’re at it :slight_smile: The Salt Mines, Columbus, OH (saltmines.us)

Thanks!

On Thursday, February 13, 2014 7:07:35 AM UTC-5, Kristin Baker wrote:

Jay, Could you also add CoWork155, York, PA (www.CoWork155.com). This is such a great way to show the visual impact of coworking.

Kristin Baker
On Monday, July 8, 2013 1:31:57 PM UTC-4, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Thanks so much Alex! We’ve updated the list with your site :slight_smile:

The next iteration of the map, we’ll give out logins to space managers so we can all update the info on the map, we just wanted to be careful with this so that the map does not get spammy, that’d suck

  • jay

On Sunday, 7 July 2013 20:42:08 UTC-7, Alex Hillman wrote:

Totally love this. Beautifully simple. Absolutely adding this to our site and member material!

I just tweeted at you that Indy Hall doesn’t seem to be on the list but we’re on the wiki page - could you add us when you get a chance? Thanks so much!

-Alex

/ah
indyhall.org

coworking in philadelphia

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:28 PM, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca [email protected] wrote:

Got some update for those interested in embedding the map on their websites. We’ve received some feedback and feature requests since we released the original coworking visa map, so we’ve taken them into consideration and incorporated what we could in the last couple of weeks, you can check it out at coworkingvisamap.com

The new page will let you resize the map and enable or disable the listings. Let us know what you think :slight_smile:

We’ll keep the other one up, if you’ve already embedded it, but we do recommend embedding this new map instead. Any future improvements or added features, we’ll be working on them with this new version.

Also, we’ve updated the map with the new spaces that have posted on this thread once we’ve verified the info on the wiki and that their site is online. If they aren’t on there, that means the coworking space’s website is down or have not updated the visa page of the wiki yet. As we mentioned previously, we are doing this manually for the moment until we can get a more reliable way to automate this verification process.

On Tuesday, 18 June 2013 04:24:34 UTC-7, Moha Alsouli wrote:

Really great work!

We are opening now a new coworking space in Saudi Arabia and would love to be added, we’ve added the space details to the visa wiki page, here: http://wiki.coworking.com/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa#saudi

We’ll definitely embed the map to our new site :wink:

Cheers

On Monday, 15 April 2013 04:56:27 UTC+3, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

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Hey! Just wanted you (and the others that posted after you) to know that I tweeted Jay to see if the map was still being updated, and how to get listings added. The response from @coworkingmap: yes the map is still being updated (manually). Best way to add your space is to give us a heads up through a tweet."

Hope that’s helpful!

Beth

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On Wednesday, February 12, 2014 4:58:20 PM UTC-7, REZERVIT Coworking wrote:

Hello Jay,

This is an old thread but we just joined the coworking visa program on the wiki. Just wondering if the map is still being updated, we’d love to see our space up there.

Thanks so much for creating this awesome map :slight_smile:

REZERVIT

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On Sunday, April 14, 2013 6:56:27 PM UTC-7, Jay | TheNetworkHub.ca wrote:

Hey everyone,

We recently updated our website and decided to embed a google maps page of other spaces that participate in the Coworking Visa program. We found that a visual representation of coworking spaces globally generates a lot of excitement for those that are brand new to coworking, especially our more mobile members. The thought of being able to travel across the world, have a desk waiting for you, and be able to connect to a local community of likeminded people is a revolutionary idea, one that we should probably promote more often.

We used the info from the coworking wiki to generate the list of coworking visa participants, but if your space is new or we missed adding your space, please let us know and we’d love to add you onto the page:

http://www.thenetworkhub.ca/free-workspace/

Thanks!

jay

Hi,

Could you please add our space?

You will find in attached document a small description of our space, our logo and a pic.

Many thanks in advance,

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions.

Best regards,

Céline Lerate

Louvain Coworking Space.docx (205 KB)

Louvain Coworking Space.docx (205 KB)

Please add Collective Agency. There are photos in the blog posts at http://collectiveagency.co/blog

Hello-
Please add TEA Factory Co to the map!
www.teafactoryblog.com
Thanks!

Cindi Abribat
Partner
T.E.A.Factory Co
the art of work is a work of art...
Create, Community, Collaborate
610-223-5569

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On Mar 5, 2014, at 5:10 AM, Alex Linsker <[email protected]> wrote:

Please add Collective Agency. There are photos in the blog posts at http://collectiveagency.co/blog

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Celine, Alex, and Cindi –

The best way to get your space added to the coworking visa map is A) to add it under your correct region in the “Coworking Visa” part of the Wiki (http://wiki.coworking.org/w/page/16583744/CoworkingVisa) and B) to tweet @coworkingmap directly with your request.

Beth

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On Wednesday, March 5, 2014 6:04:11 AM UTC-7, cindi wrote:

Hello-
Please add TEA Factory Co to the map!
www.teafactoryblog.com

Thanks!

Cindi Abribat

Partner
T.E.A.Factory Co
the art of work is a work of art…

Create, Community, Collaborate

610-223-5569

On Mar 5, 2014, at 5:10 AM, Alex Linsker [email protected] wrote:

Please add Collective Agency. There are photos in the blog posts at http://collectiveagency.co/blog


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