Last Week in Coworking: The Modern Commissary Kitchen

Last Week in Coworking: The Modern Commissary Kitchen

Last Week in Coworking (LWIC) is a weekly recap of articles we found interesting from the prior week’s coworking news. We provide our analysis of the topic covered by the article and link to the original article so you can read up yourself. We analyze the article with the bigger picture in mind, from the industry, from our perspective, and the perspective of our colleagues. Is there an article you would like featured in next week’s LWIC? Send an email to [email protected] for it to be considered.

SFStation – Innovative Culinary Incubator is Coming to Oakland

It finally happened. This is the best sounding representation of a culinary-focused “coworking” space I’ve heard of.

The only lesson here is to look hard at the industries that can benefit from shared resources: textile, art, music, writing. Take it further to specific niches: adventure travel, fashion e-commerce, artisan furniture manufacturing. The possibilities are endless.

Find a niche, connect a tribe, build a shared space specifically for them. You don’t need startups. I repeat, you don’t need startups.

Ryan Chatterton
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Ryan is the founder of Coworking Insights, a coworking media platform focused on delivering unique and in-depth insights for coworking founders and their teams. He’s the Marketing Director at Habu, a quickly growing coworking management platform that is simple, fast, and intuitive for managing recurring billing, bookings, and other admin tasks. Formerly with Impact Hub and PARISOMA, Ryan now has over 4 years of combined experience in a variety of roles in the coworking industry, including marketing, events, operations, sales, software, and partnerships. He’s a digital nomad and a lover of wine and tacos.

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