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Industry Types

Looking beyond just the coworking space, our survey included a section to see who are using Canadian coworking spaces and their backgrounds. Of the spaces surveyed, 45% have 25 of fewer members, while 34% have 26-75 members, and 14% have 76-150 members. Coworking members come from a variety of industries. The largest industry represented by…

Space Interactions

One of the intentions of Coworking Canada is to foster relationships on the regional and national levels between members and their local political and business associations. The hope is to provide the resources and education to show how spaces can strengthen bonds with ones local community, either through politics or business. When asked what kind…

How Are Spaces Collaborating

We asked spaces to describe and provide examples on how their members were collaborating, and the responses were great. Some included:  “Collaboration is high in here, honestly it’s tough to explain, we don’t manage the collaboration in anyway.” “Some work together as independent businesses to secure larger contracts or clients. Some use each other’s services…

Future Plans

Being a relatively new industry, and having so many new spaces in Canada, future plans play an important role in shaping our industry. When asked what Canadian coworking spaces had planned for the future,  32% responded that they planned on opening additional spaces. A total of 29% intend on staying put, while 18% are planning…

Member Interactions

Food and drink helps! As well all know, coworking spaces are all based around interaction, and the responses to how members are interacting with spaces varied a great deal. When asked what kind of internal events were being held within spaces to promote members to socialize, the majority of events were based around food and…