Coworking space in the countryside: how to make it financially sustainable?
Jose Antonio Morales is the founder of a micro coworking space that is surviving longer than any other coworking space in Slovenia. The space is not big, but achieved a level of sustainability and community that can be implemented anywhere. How to make a coworking space in the countryside financially sustainable? An insightful talk about the Aurora Coworking case with lots of learnings and inspiration.
Duration : 35 minutes
Price : 45€ (or buy the Year Subscription package here)
A high level talk on how to make a coworking space in the countryside financially sustainable
- How to create a coworking space in a town where there are no entrepreneurs?
- How can you earn something out of a small coworking space in a rural area?
- How to make the coworking space sustainable?
- How to attract people to come to the space and work from there?
- How to manage the fix and variable expenses?
Insightful talk with the founder of a micro space
- Jose Antonio Morales, Founder at Aurora Coworking (Slovenia)
Jose Antonio: “Wherever you live: how many small towns are around? Are they hosting entrepreneurs of some sort? What would happen if we start creating an Aurora Coworking model in those small towns, suburban areas and rural areas? And what would happen if we connect them all?”
How to build up a cooperative model that makes small coworking spaces in the countryside financially sustainable
Recorded – November 25th, 2020 – Coworking Europe 2020 virtual conference
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