Doug Darroch

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How To Find The Perfect Private Office Space In NYC

New York City

The Top 17 Coworking Spaces In Canada That Are Amazing

Canada

Death, Shared Office Space NYC And Taxes

New York City

14 Tech Tools That Will Make It Easier To Operate Your Coworking Space

How To Find A Coworking Space In NYC

New York City

45 Successful Startups That Began In A Coworking Space In NYC

Startups

Coworking Spaces In Asia That Will Make You Book Your Next Trip Out Of NYC

Asia

The 11 Best Coworking Spaces In Oregon

Oregon

Why Having Friends At Work Is So Important

New research shows that Americans are less likely to have friends at work than in the past, but it’s crucial to our happiness.<p>Fact: we spend most of our days at work. The American Time Use survey found that employed persons between the ages of 25 and 54 spend an average of 8.7 hours working or in …

There are 2,000 empty restaurants during the day in New York — and this startup is trying to do something about it

They all have their laptops out, and a pair are holding a meeting at a bar table. It's because during the day, the restaurant doubles as a shared workspace.<p>That's thanks to Spacious, a startup cofounded by Preston Pesek and Chris Smothers to make use of empty restaurants by offering them up to …

Dorms for Grownups: A Solution for Lonely Millennials?

In a new model of living, residents will have their own “microunits” built around a shared living space for cooking, eating and hanging out.<p>SYRACUSE—This office looks like a pretty typical co-working space, what with the guy with a ponytail coding in one corner, the pile of bikes clustered in …

Instead Of Renting An Apartment, Sign A Lease That Lets You Live Around The World

These aren’t designed as places for vacations. Instead, it’s an alternative way to think about home for “location-independent” people who can work …

UC Berkeley

More People Work From Home Now Than Ever Before

Our workweek is getting longer, and it’s likely because we are doing more from home.<p>The traditional workweek is becoming obsolete.<p>Thanks to 24/7 connectivity, the boundaries between work and life are eroding, several studies have found. A survey from EY, a global assurance, tax, and advisory …

The Innovative Coworking Spaces of 15th-Century Italy

Coworking spaces are on the rise, from Google’s “Campus” in London to NextSpace in California. Much has been made of these shared workspaces as a brand-new idea, one that barely existed 10 years ago. But the way they function reminds me of a very old idea: the Renaissance “bottega” (workshop) of …

If Work Is Digital, Why Do We Still Go to the Office?

“Distance will die,” or so predicted British economist Frances Cairncross, along with a host of social and media theorists, following the spread of the internet in the 1990s. When every place is connected instantaneously to every other place on the planet, they argued, space itself would become …

4 Reasons Why Smart Companies Are Going Remote

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>As someone who loves and is lucky to live near the ocean, I enjoy occasionally working remotely near the beach, with a cup of coffee and a laptop, enveloped in the soft sounds and cool breeze of the ocean. Fortunately, improvements in …

4 Ways Your Office Is Crushing Your Creativity

Two-thirds of employees believe that they work in spaces that stifle creativity and innovation, a Gensler survey finds.<p>Is your office stifling your creativity? A recent survey, conducted by the global architecture firm Gensler, suggests as much. The good news: You can do something about it.<p>The …