A Deeper Look At Co-Working

A Deeper Look At Co-Working
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 11 april 2008

Andy Budd is also a little hesitant too. He says that Clearleft (www.clearleft.com) in Brighton only shares his kitchen and a spare desk to friends. He said, “We don’t share our office with any other companies. However we do have a bit of an informal ‘open co-working’ policy of allowing friends and contacts to drop by our office and work when they are in town. So we often have people who don’t work for Clearleft sharing a desk free of charge for a day or two. We do this as a favor to our friends and because we enjoy the dynamic of having new people in the office. And they do occasionally feed ideas into our projects that we never would have thought about independently.”

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