Coworking

10 years ago, two people who owned a meeting and event space decided to give it a little twist. In the public lounge, they placed a table for freelancers. These autonomous self-enterprising professionals could come in and work in this the area. A workspace, Wi-Fi and coffee were offered for ‘free’ as these professionals could pay by expressing their willingness to share their knowledge with others. This was called ‘social capital’. This experiment was hugely successful, resulting in a space where people mutually connected easily and created new social-economic value together.

S2M is the result of that experiment in 2007, the same year that the word ‘coworking’ appeared on Google as a trend…

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