I just sent some links in the previous thread; those should be a handy starting point.
I’ve got a keen interest in the potential that collaborative spaces have to revitalize rural areas, where there may not be a lot of existing economic opportunity.
I believe that, with the right kind of planning, we can take this coworking concept, augment it with some quality programming, and integrate it into smaller towns to stimulate real growth where there’s currently stagnation.
Lots of people are suffering because there are too few “jobs” where they live, but if some of them can be inspired to create value for themselves, we can help circumvent the need for traditional employers. All the more important as automation continues to erase traditional employment.
How does that thinking align with what you’re seeing on the ground there?
On Wed, Feb 15, 2017 at 11:57 AM, David Finley [email protected] wrote:
www.busconn.com (work in progress)
I’m not a co-worker I actually own a space in London Ky. My wife and I are trying to get it off the ground. I have always thought of it like a Regus office but in today’s world CO-working space is a better fit for it. I have joined to group to get idea’s and to stay motivated in helping others reach their dreams. I’m always learning and I’m not to proud to hear someone tell me their ideas. So please share your thoughts.
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