This webinar series brings the world’s top coworking leaders to the masses. Each webinar takes us deep into a topic that will help your community grow, get you past a difficult challenge, or scale your business. Perhaps all three. This time we’re teaming up with Tony Bacigalupo of New Work Cities to talk about how to attract members with simple and effective tactics.
When: July 25th, 2018 @ 1:00 PM EST (New York) / 18:00 BST (London)
Register here: http://bit.ly/TonyBacigalupoTickets
Details: A coworking space is about so much more than a desk—it’s about being a part of something bigger and more meaningful than we could have alone. But growing our spaces is key to staying sustainable, and serve more of the people we’re trying to impact.
And yet, growth is the #1 issue most coworking spaces struggle with.
How do you stand out from all the other spaces in your area? With many potential new members working from home or cafes, what can you do to get them in the door?
The secret starts right at the beginning—with how people discover your space and are invited to become a part of it. If you make the relationship about participating in a network that will help members grow their businesses, rather than just about renting space, you'll be well on your way.
In this action-oriented workshop, Tony will share the fundamental shift you must make to attract more of the right members for your space, and the handful of simple actions you can take right now to build the community you’ve always wanted.
Tony will be providing some of his own materials for free for all who attend too.
IMPORTANT: This webinar will be recorded and published. While it's not typical for attendees to end up on screen, it is possible. By participating, you are granting permission to publish your likeness if you end up on screen. So if you need a haircut or want to avoid saying something embarrassing, think ahead. 👌
Tony Bacigalupo runs New Work Cities, which provides training, materials, and a support network to help people more easily build thriving coworking communities.
From 2008 to 2015, Tony started and ran New Work City, Manhattan's first dedicated coworking space.
Tony is also a director at Open Coworking, a nonprofit that manages the free resources that power the global coworking movement. In particular, he's in charge of the Coworking Visa. An avid organizer, Tony has been working on the development of coworking communities and support ecosystems for the new workforce since 2007.
Tony also has authored one book and co-authored another (“No More Sink Full of Mugs: Lighten your workload, increase participation, and build better culture in your coworking space” and “I'm Outta Here: How coworking is making the office obsolete”), and has spoken at various events around the world including SXSW, the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC), and Maker Faire.
New Work Cities is a support network for managers of coworking spaces. Built on our 11+ years of experience building and running spaces and helping others do the same, we can use our trove of best practices, templates, worksheets, and more to save you a ton of time and money as you plan and develop your space.
From helping people plan their business models and marketing strategies pre-launch to helping existing spaces optimize their operations and better attract and retain members, we can save any space owner a whole lot of trouble and help them to thrive.
Marketing Director at Habu, founder at Coworking Insights, coworking maven, digital nomad, lover of wine & tacos.