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How Revolutionizing The Workplace Creates Better Ideas [PSFK 2013]

Benjamin Dyett, Co-Founder of Grind, is working to provide open, collaborative spaces for freelancers.

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Benjamin Dyett on June 2, 2013. @BenjaminDyett

Benjamin Dyett, Co-Founder of Grind, spoke at PSFK CONFERENCE 2013 about how he is working to revolutionize the workplace. Grind is a collaborative space open to creative professionals as an alternative to laboring at home or at coffee shops. Modeled after progressive workplaces which emphasize office culture, such as Google, Grind offers an open and collaborative environment for freelance workers.

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As Dyett says, the need for community and collaboration in this new job economy has grown exponentially. The goal at Grind is to authentically foster integration and collaboration. The workspace offers an open and accessible platform for creative individuals to come together and make great things.

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Benjamin was a mild-mannered lawyer who woke up one day and decided, Hey, let’s change the future of work. So, along with his friends he created Grind, a platform for working in a whole new way, outside the system. Built for free-range humans who carry their offices in their backpacks, Grind is the antidote to everything you knew about work.

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