It's easy to get distracted by the missing forks, the garbage juice, and the never-ending need to find more members.
We're here to help you navigate all of that with grace, so you can focus on being awesome.
Our Organizer Powerups series offers you six specific ways you to build a purposeful, long-lasting community. Complete with handy tips, personal stories, and worksheets!
For 10 years, we've been learning everything we can about how to build and run a great coworking community. Now, we're here to pass along what we've learned to you.
Membership at New Work Cities will save you tons of time and money and give you a supportive community of experienced peers.
At the ripe young age of 23, I took a big chunk of my savings and trip to IKEA and, with the help of some amazing people, dedicated myself to building NYC's first dedicated coworking space.
For over 7 years, we had an amazing run. We threw legendary parties, helped people build amazingly successful businesses, and made life-long friendships.
I also learned a lot about what it takes to run a successful coworking space... through an endless parade of successes and failures.
I was a pioneer in this industry, which means you get to learn from me.
I badly want you to learn from my experiences, so you can save yourself some time and energy trying things that have already been tried.
The world needs great, empowered collaborative communities. Let's do everything we can to make that a reality together.
Work-from-home entrepreneurs (and damn nice guys) Amit Gupta and Luke Crawford realized that while they liked being able to work from anywhere, they missed the social experience of a traditional office. So they did something simple: every other Thursday, they invited anyone who was interested to join them for a day of casual work and fun among like-minded people.
That simple idea was life-changing to a lot of people, especially me.
I not only saw a chance to get out of my house and befriend some amazing people, I saw a chance to help lots of others make a badly needed transition to a new and better way of working.
It turns out, I wasn't alone.
Lots of people were aching for a new way to connect in real life while learning how to work for themselves. So I found others who were looking for what I was looking for, and before I knew it we were building one of NYC's first ever coworking spaces.
I'm Tony Bacigalupo, and I've dedicated my work to helping people build great collaborative communities everywhere.
The Organizer Powerups series is a free gift to you to help you get going as a crafter of authentic community. Each week, you'll receive a free exercise including worksheets and links to help you learn how to build a lasting culture.
Jam-packed with tips from our experience building one of NYC's first and most well-renowned coworking spaces, get a peek into what it's really like to run a space and how to avoid some of the most common pitfalls.
Our main offering! The Organizers Club includes everything from our Ultimate Coworking Toolkit, regular online workshops with fellow organizers, an online discussion group, a single one-on-one coaching session, and much more.
I've been in the business since 2007, having personally built and organized several communities and spaces of my own and helping hundreds of others around the world to build theirs. Let me help you myself!