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Portland’s Urban Office kicks off our new coworking space spotlight series.
A conversation about community and the socioeconomic impact of co-working retreats with Michael Youngblood, co-founder of Unsettled.
Our series on coliving and coworking communities continues with Sun and Co. Co-founder Edu believes his clients experience an “intense communal feeling” during their stay at the program’s home: a 19th-century dwelling in a Spanish seaside town.
Co-founder Arthur Itey creates 10-day retreats where his clients can grow, live, and learn with like-minded people.
Co-founder Sean Harvey talked to us about We Roam’s commitment to making professional development a core component of the coliving/coworking experience.
Our city’s landscape is changing quickly, with amazing new businesses and buildings seemingly born every day. There’s a clear sense that we’re on the move, creating a thoughtful and forward-thinking community.
Blogger Lauren Bonk sits down with Omaha Bicycle Company owner Sara Johnson as she shares her background in working in various bike shops over the years. That and her love of coffee have led her to open her very own bicycle + coffee shop with three priorities: the people, the coffee and the bikes.
We met with Dave and Lauren, owners of the new Simple. Local. Coffee. in downtown Portland, Oregon. A baker and a barista, they share their passion for making people smile.
Join us as we chat with Emily McIntyre, of Case Study in Portland, Oregon. She shares how they began as one of the first specialty coffee catering companies and expanded into three, work-friendly spaces.
Meet Natasha Stille, owner of Nectar Cafe in Portland, Oregon. We were lucky to squeeze in our chat before she headed off to Burning Man. Here she shares her roots, from running a coffee both at farmers markets and a food card in SE Portland and how her community driven philosophies in life play out at Nectar.
We met with Glyph Cafe and Arts Space owner, Sandra Comstock to learn more about her drive behind creating a space at the crossroads for makers and lovers of the visual and written arts. The idea hatched after she moved to Portland from Cambridge and she now hosts a plethora of poetry, literary and visual art events.