More on what Rachel said here:
It looks like it’s about funding (and in a way, it is) but it’s really about focusing on this early community with buy in. Pay special attention to the two “options” for the steps you could take.
One other thing: even when you DO have members, there is no such thing as a perfect space. It’ll always be too far or too inconvenient for somebody. I recommend getting that idea out of your head.
If you’re gonna be on the lookout for anything AFTER you have members, make it a great landlord who understands the community.
You can do a lot more with a less than perfect space and a great landlord than you can with a “perfect space” and a terrible landlord.
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On 19 February 2014 22:08, Tom Beiser [email protected] wrote:
Hi Group, I found you on the wiki.
I’m doing my best to read everything I can get my hands on.
I was wondering if you would share your knowledge about choosing a location for a coworking facility. Where is the best place to open one of these up? Is there some kind of demographic I should research to find the perfect space?
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