Feature in CEO Blog Nation: 12 Entrepreneurs Share Their Thoughts on Coworking Spaces

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Feature in CEO Blog Nation: 12 Entrepreneurs Share Their Thoughts on Coworking Spaces

CEO Blog Nation invited me to join eleven other entrepreneurs in sharing our thoughts on coworking spaces. (Hint: I love them!)

Coworking spaces are shared working environments full of independent activity. Unlike traditional workplaces, coworkers aren't employed by the same organization– they're freelancers, entrepreneurs, bloggers, and online workers.

For those of us with flexible working schedules, coworking spaces are a great option if you want to get out of your home and are tired of the surrounding coffee shops. Coworking spaces are more than just a cool office on the beach, in the jungle, or in the city; they're also a hub of creativity. 

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I’m a location-independent artist and designer, working primarily out of Southeast Asia. Two of my favorite spaces are Hubud in Bali, Indonesia and Kohub in Ko Lanta, Thailand. Because I typically don’t stay in the same place for very long, coworking spaces are great for quickly getting introduced to a community of fellow entrepreneurs.

Most coworking spaces host speakers, arrange networking events, and provide opportunities for growing your business and connecting with others who are trying to do the same. An added perk is the great WiFi and access to office amenities like printers, scanners, and private rooms for conference calls.

  Hubud  // Bali, Indonesia. Perk: Located next to the Monkey Forest

Hubud // Bali, Indonesia. Perk: Located next to the Monkey Forest

  Kohub  // Koh Lanta, Thailand. Perk: Located near the ocean

Kohub // Koh Lanta, Thailand. Perk: Located near the ocean

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Check out the full article here

Read about the 15+ Top World Coworking Spaces for Digital Nomads here!