Blog + Press

A Juicy Story – Josh Fine, Captain of the Enterprise

Posted on May 11, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Beginnings, Community, Conference, Coworking, GCUC Story, GCUC USA 2016, Retrospective

At GCUC this year we focused on telling our stories.  We were surprised and delighted that Josh Fine took the initiative to send us his GCUC story.    Then we had an idea... what if we asked everyone to share their story... Please send them in and we'll be happy to share and Thank you. Josh's story: We are real estate developers in central Denver. In February 2014 we saw a diamond in the rough and seized the opportunity –… Read More »

How does an unconference work?

Posted on April 27, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Uncategorized

We all know what a conference is; people dress up, some show up in suits, it’s super formal, they’ve got a set topic of discussion, there’s some time for questions at the end, some are boring and some aren’t, you get the idea. We are GCUC, AKA the Global Coworking Unconference Conference. We’ll stop here as some of you might be confused. Unconference Conference...we know, it’s kind of contradictory. So allow us to shed some light. Basically an unconference is… Read More »

The Importance of a Forward Thinking Website By: Steve Ryan

Posted on April 19, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Coworking Trends, Tech

At GCUC ALL this year we’ll be talking extensively about how technology is changing the workplace. And not just cutting edge and AI technology...we mean all technology; from the basics of your website, to cloud storage, all the way to friendly bots. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves….first things first. Before you can go out and say you’re a tech friendly workspace and have the latest state of the art technology implemented in your center, you need to make… Read More »

What’s Trending in the Coworking World By: Ceci Amador

Posted on April 7, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Community, Coworking, Coworking Trends, Sustainability

GCUC.ALL is less than 30 days away and what better way to get ready for it than by taking a look at some of the coworking trends of this year Growing Market Though in the early years coworking users were mainly freelancers and startups, this year we’ve seen how the market has expanded and reached new horizons. Coworking spaces across the world are starting to welcome big corporations and businesses as members. According to a CBRE report, this is due… Read More »

How Coworking Changes your City

Posted on March 29, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Uncategorized

Coworking spaces are popping up in cities, large and small, all over the world. They’ve revolutionized the work model and brought life to many communities and cities, changing them for the better. Don’t believe us? Keep reading to learn about just a couple of ways in which coworking spaces improve a city; from environmental aspects to community ones, if there’s a coworking space around you chances are you’ll see some improvements. Melissa Saubers, CEO of Cowork Waldo in Kansas City,… Read More »

How to Find the right Consultant By: Ceci Amador

Posted on March 22, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Uncategorized

Hiring a consultant can help small businesses, startups, and workspace operators in various ways. From helping with accounting and legal matters, to marketing efforts and providing specialized know-how, consultants can help ease the stress associated with day to day tasks necessary to get a business going and keeping it afloat. However, finding the right consultant for your business isn’t an easy task, especially when there are various candidates out there. We spoke with Karen Condi, founder of Lexington based consulting… Read More »

On the Global explosion of Coworking

Posted on March 16, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Uncategorized

On the Global explosion of Coworking: Coworking is on the rise. What was once thought of as a trend is looking like it is here to stay. Check out what our friends at Workdesign Magazine have to say about the growth of the coworking movement. Click here to get the scoop! Read More »

Camp GCUCALL: Everything you need to know to open a flexible workspace

Posted on March 11, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Uncategorized

CAMP GCUCALL: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO OPEN A FLEXIBLE WORKSPACE. Just because you’re a novice or don’t have a workspace (yet) doesn’t mean you can’t join in on the all the juicy fun. Camp GCUCALL: What is it? It’s the perfect opportunity for industry novices to learn everything about opening, managing, and growing a flexible workspace. The day will be divided into five sessions that’ll cover community, technology, design, legal and finance. We’ll get real about what it takes… Read More »

Part 2 of How to handle difficult members

Posted on March 2, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Community, Coworking

As coworking space builders, makers, and instigators we’ve all dealt with difficult members at one time or another. GCUC is the perfect chance to learn how other industry leaders confront the difficulties of managing a coworking space, including the annoying guy who won't stop talking about his cats when people are trying to work. What follows is an article written by emerging coworking thought leader, RyanChatterton, on dealing with difficult members. Ryan believes in providing experience-based and operations-focused insights into… Read More »

How to handle difficult members

Posted on February 22, 2016 by Stormy McBride in Community, Coworking, GCUC USA 2016

As coworking space builders, makers, and instigators we’ve all dealt with difficult members at one time or another. GCUC is the perfect chance to learn how other industry leaders confront the difficulties of managing a coworking space, including the annoying guy who won't stop talking about his cats when people are trying to work. What follows is an article written by emerging coworking thought leader, Ryan Chatterton, on dealing with difficult members. Ryan believes in providing experience-based and operations-focused insights… Read More »