It’s Coworking Week! As part of our celebration we’ve opened our doors even wider than usual and are providing a day of free coworking. Throughout the week we will be profiling our guest coworkers to let you in on some of the great things happening.
It’s Coworking Week! As part of our celebration we’ve opened our doors even wider than usual and are providing a day of free coworking. Each day we will be profiling at least one of our guest coworkers to let you in on some of the great things happening. Asher Klassen – Canadian Cartoonist Asher Klassen is a Kelowna based cartoonist, illustrator, printmaker, […]
co+Lab has a familiar and friendly face rejoining, and taking on a vital role. Kodie Beckley, who you may know as a fixture in the Kelowna professional design scene, and an up-and-coming graphic designer, is joining the co+Lab team as Tummler, and we couldn’t be happier.
Summer is in full swing and that means you’ll either find co+Lab’s members in full hustle mode, or on the beach — heck, maybe both! Canada Day is just a day away and we’re celebrating the country’s history and culture. Before venturing out to the festivities, a few members shared updates for this month’s edition […]
The emergence of a ‘Coworking space’ provided a great networking platform that balanced independence of self-employment with involvement in a community of working with others. This appeals to entrepreneurs and freelancers, leading to a widespread adoption.
It’s April and spring has sprung! But that’s the not the only thing springing… co+Lab members have exciting news to jump up and down about, and their businesses are growing. Even better, no hay fever! If you don’t already know, co+Lab Buzz is a regular column that features news on members of our coworking space.
Join us for a week of business transformation through coworking. Feeling lonely working on your own? Struggling with reaching goals? Or just starting a new business? Take the opportunity to try out co+Lab’s shared space and amazing collective of coworkers at Coworking BizCamp. Cost is a $50 donation to Kiva.org helping small businesses in poverty-stricken nations.