On Nov 14, 2012, at 1:38 PM, Jacob Sayles <ja...@officenomads.com> wrote:
> Keeping expectations in check is key! It's hard to know how many spaces that have closed are because they expected huge returns or blew their budget building infrastructure that didn't pan out. These are not examples of how coworking isn't profitable but it's hard to sort that kind of thing out from only headlines.
> On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 8:39 AM, Craig Baute - Creative Density Coworking <baut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I also think keeping new spaces expectations in check and doing a proper cost and revenue analysis combined with proper runway funding would be the biggest benefit to discuss. My gut instinct is that a coworking space is many space owners first time taking on a large sum of fixed expenses versus having a service based company and can have new challenges.
>> I'm finishing up a book right now and Alex is working on one as well that discusses the business aspect of coworking to address some of these problems. I would be happy to contribute some of the spreadsheets and pricing models and insights that will be in the book to the conversation.
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