Feature in wbur: Co-Working: Work Spaces Beyond Starbucks And The Home Office Expand In Boston

Posted 28 November By PlugAdminPLUGTagged boston, cambridge, co-working, coworking, entrepreneurship, startupNo Comments

coworkingWe are very excited to have been featured in wbur‘s latest article on coworking spaces, “Co-Working: Work Spaces Beyond Starbucks And The Home Office Expand In Boston.” The news website discusses how the “mushrooming community of freelancers, business people and solopreneurs,” has caused a boom of non-traditional coworking spaces in the Boston/Cambridge area. Almost a third of workers in the U.S. identify themselves as independent and therefore in need of a place with a desk, outlet, wifi and preferably coffee.  The catch is that coffee shops aren’t enough anymore — they’re loud and disorganized. Technology has liberated workers from being chained to a particular workplace but we are still social creatures. And this is where coworking spaces come it. They range in size, location, and focus…and that is where “purposefully small” PLUG fits in.


Read more at http://www.wbur.org/bostonomix/2016/10/31/coworking-boston

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