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Collaborative work environments in co-working spots lead to success

By: Michael Hatamoto | Posted: Sep 24, 2014 8:22 am

It can be all about the co-working space for startups and entrepreneurs, providing a great opportunity for some geeks to create the next major influential company. I absolutely enjoyed visiting the Hacker Dojo in Mountain View, California, which allows developers and tech geeks to share an open workspace. Events and private workspaces are available, with a full calendar of events to keep everyone learning.




Another major success is RocketSpace, a San Francisco-based co-working space that has grown large enough it can provide an office-as-a-service for growing tech companies. This type of work environment flourishes in San Francisco because of the large amount of talent within 50 miles of the City.


"We've also seen an evolution of co-working space," said Duncan Logan, founder and CEO of Rocket Space, in a recent interview in Entrepreneur. "It used to be only startups but increasingly we see larger companies looking at this as office as a service. Some started here and could afford their own space but will stay as long as we keep providing more desks. Others, like Spotify, are based somewhere else but use this as a satellite office."


Entrepreneur recently published a great interview with Logan and I highly recommend giving it a read.

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