“Co-working spaces offer open collaborative community-based workspace for like-minded individuals or early-stage companies. Co-working spaces offer flexible work space in the form of hot desks, private (dedicated) desks or offices. Member companies pay for their space through rent or membership dues. Co-working spaces typically do not offer formal/required programs (education or training), although they may have speakers, meetups or other optional, informal learning opportunities. Co-working spaces generally do not have established graduation criteria or competitive application processes. They are motivated to retain member companies as a sustainable revenue stream (versus graduating companies).” According to the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA).
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