Pop Up Co-Working Spaces

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

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Hi Kimberly

Can you please define your vision of cowork pop-up? I host two cowork mornings in my community in two cities via Meetup. They’re regularly scheduled, 9-12 noon on Monday and Wednesday.

If that is what you were thinking of, there are many people on here who do this. Melissa Geissinger, WIMP Spaces @misswimp did it for a long time until they opened their location.

Jen

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On Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 10:57:56 AM UTC-5, Kimberly Oglesby wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

http://a

out.me/kimberly

Yes, Jaime Aranda from workINcompany.com

http://showupmakespace.com <-- this is hands down the best example of long term pop-up coworking that I’ve seen. Jenny’s building one of the most thoughtful coworking communities in San Francisco, and it doesn’t have a permanent home :slight_smile:

-Alex

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On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 4:16 PM, Kimberly Oglesby [email protected] wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

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Jennifer, my apologies for my tardiness in answering your question. Temporary space to use as a trial period to ascertain interest and to create a buzz in the hopes of finding permanence. Donated space with donations for business community. I live in the Hyde Park community of Chicago. Other than the University of Chicago’s Invention Center which is more of a business incubator for STEM Research there is no spaces on the South side that I am aware of.

kmo

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On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 1:25 PM, Jennifer Kready jennifer...[email protected] wrote:

Hi Kimberly

Can you please define your vision of cowork pop-up? I host two cowork mornings in my community in two cities via Meetup. They’re regularly scheduled, 9-12 noon on Monday and Wednesday.

If that is what you were thinking of, there are many people on here who do this. Melissa Geissinger, WIMP Spaces @misswimp did it for a long time until they opened their location.

Jen

On Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 10:57:56 AM UTC-5, Kimberly Oglesby wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

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Thank you Alex - I will definitely check it out. I live in the Hyde Park Community of Chicago. The University of Chicago has business incubators for STEM type research and business which is the closest to the concept on the south side of Chicago.

kmo

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On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 9:28 AM, Alex Hillman [email protected] wrote:

http://showupmakespace.com <-- this is hands down the best example of long term pop-up coworking that I’ve seen. Jenny’s building one of the most thoughtful coworking communities in San Francisco, and it doesn’t have a permanent home :slight_smile:

-Alex

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On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 4:16 PM, Kimberly Oglesby [email protected] wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

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Thank you Ramon,

I will check Jaime out.

kmo

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On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 1:25 AM, Ramon Suarez [email protected] wrote:

Yes, Jaime Aranda from workINcompany.com

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Hi Kimberly,

I’m glad your question showed me a new way of pop-up coworking, via Alex’s lnk to the SF makerspace. Where I live, north of Austin, there used to be a jelly but it disbanded and we don’t have a cowork space (yet… someone is working on theirs sooner than mine) We don’t have a good space either AND I’ve tried coworking from a makerspace, too (TechShop) with no luck. I’ve had good success (if you call 8 ppl per cowork morning) at two local coffee shops. Monday in one city, 9-12noon and Wednesday in another city, 9-12 noon. Regularly scheduled with a growing regular cast of characters. I’m considering ‘renting’ a table (to ensure we have space together) soon with one location. Another location tends to be busy, but I want to host at least 1x month there, but they’re not into renting a table (even if no one comes but me… work on that one).

It’s really helped me get the word out and build a community. This community has been aided by posting the events on local FB community pages (at least for my area).

I also started an online community, copied the Maui group, and it’s helped me grow a different community - one where they contribute ideas towards the overall venture. https://www.facebook.com/groups/WilCoCoworkingConnection/

Good luck!

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On Monday, August 17, 2015 at 10:50:27 AM UTC-5, Kimberly Oglesby wrote:

Jennifer, my apologies for my tardiness in answering your question. Temporary space to use as a trial period to ascertain interest and to create a buzz in the hopes of finding permanence. Donated space with donations for business community. I live in the Hyde Park community of Chicago. Other than the University of Chicago’s Invention Center which is more of a business incubator for STEM Research there is no spaces on the South side that I am aware of.

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

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On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 1:25 PM, Jennifer Kready [email protected] wrote:

Hi Kimberly

Can you please define your vision of cowork pop-up? I host two cowork mornings in my community in two cities via Meetup. They’re regularly scheduled, 9-12 noon on Monday and Wednesday.

If that is what you were thinking of, there are many people on here who do this. Melissa Geissinger, WIMP Spaces @misswimp did it for a long time until they opened their location.

Jen

On Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 10:57:56 AM UTC-5, Kimberly Oglesby wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

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out.me/kimberly

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Hi Kimberly…

Just joined the group! A pop up space is an awesome idea. Great way to build community.

It’s been a few months…have you started one in Hyde Park?

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On Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 8:57:56 AM UTC-7, Kimberly Oglesby wrote:

Hello,

I have been studying the co-working concepts for a number of years. I wanted to find out if anyone has had experience with pop up spaces. I want to try this out in the Hyde Park Community in Chicago.

Thank you

kmo

Respectfully Yours,

Kimberly M. Oglesby

Development Coach

Vision Quest Coaching Unlimited

(312)375-8297c

(312)515-3622 o

www.linkedin.com/in/kimberlyoglesby

http://a

out.me/kimberly