Esteemed coworking colleagues… need some advice.
I think I’ve hinted in a previous post that we might be expanding up the river. So we indeed are, partnering with Luminary Publishing — which publishes a popular Hudson Valley arts/culture/spirit glossy magazine called Chronogram — to populate another BEAHIVE in Kingston, the third oldest city in New York and our first state capital.
This partnership will grow our community and our impact, helping us to realize our larger vision. Chronogram nourishes and supports the creative and cultural life of the Hudson Valley — much as we’ve been contributing to the creative, cultural and professional life of Beacon.
We need to draft an agreement, and I’m looking for some examples and also just some things to consider.
Basically, they’re providing the space and their name and network and I’m providing the name and model and ongoing support and planning (events, programs, etc.). We’re both working to get it up and running and then we’ll both manage it. Need to figure out the details of that and how to split up expenses and revenues beyond the monthly space rental.
Anyone have an agreement to share confidentially? Or just some general thoughts?
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