One of the greatest opportunities at the core of coworking is collaboration.
In 2005 Brad Neuberg created the San Francisco Coworking Space at the Spiral Muse feminist collective and coined the term “Coworking.” While the initiative took time to build a dedicated following, freelancers finally began to flock toward the opportunity to interact with others and avoid isolation. And since writers and tech professionals rely on inspiration to help stir new ideas, they came together to create a support system.
However, coworking has grown into an expansive industry that caters to many types of knowledge-based professionals on the go. One of the biggest advantages of coworking is the opportunity to share ideas and collaborate with the people around you. It’s not just about inspiration; it’s about solving problems with people who share the same hunger for answers and passion for success.
At Serendipity Labs, we cater to a wide range of professionals that extend far beyond freelancers. By offering conference rooms, private offices and even break rooms, our coworking spaces are perfect for anyone from the young writer to the successful on-the-go executive.