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Very good dogs don’t necessarily make very good coworkers purpose

Apr. 29, 2020 2:50 pm

Very good dogs don’t necessarily make very good coworkers

"So what do we know about how this new-found time with your dog might be affecting your productivity?" asks guest columnist Jessica Myrick.
Can a creator hub in Kensington help slow displacement? purpose

Apr. 9, 2019 11:00 am

Can a creator hub in Kensington help slow displacement?

Little Giant's Meegan Denenberg: "IF Lab is pivoting the narrative of displacement and gentrification by creating a welcoming space for the community to meet the changing needs of the market.”
How CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia embodies the collaboration ethos people

Dec. 29, 2016 11:07 am

How CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia embodies the collaboration ethos

Community Engagement Co-Directors Rashanda Freeman and Melissa Hamilton explain in their "Around the Corner" interview.
Learn all about ‘nonviolent communication’ at this CityCoHo workshop series method

Sep. 1, 2016 2:11 pm

Learn all about ‘nonviolent communication’ at this CityCoHo workshop series

The green coworking space in Rittenhouse is teaching people how to interact more compassionately. The program has a pretty cool funding model, too.
It’s lonely ‘round these parts — Where to find community for solopreneurs method

Apr. 4, 2016 12:34 pm

It’s lonely ‘round these parts — Where to find community for solopreneurs

In her new column, Social Good and the Solopreneur, Capture Greatness! founder Melissa Rowe shares practical tips with local change makers who are doing their part to make the world a better place.
Cultivating Community and Impact in Princeton results

May 6, 2015 11:30 am

Cultivating Community and Impact in Princeton

The Princeton Impact Project brings together community members, social entrepreneurs and impact investors to share their resources, insight and advice. The group, which had its first meetup just a few weeks ago on March 26, meets weekly. “We use the meetups as a chance for people to talk about the projects they are working on, […]
How Philly Gives Aims to Help Nonprofits Tell Their Stories purpose

Apr. 7, 2015 11:30 am

How Philly Gives Aims to Help Nonprofits Tell Their Stories

A new for-profit initiative, Philly Gives, is seeking to be a central source of information about the Philadelphia-area nonprofit scene. The startup launched in March and is based at the coworking space Benjamin’s Desk. “The heart of Philly Gives is getting people aware of what’s going on,” said Katie Everett, the founder of Philly Gives and the […]
Co-op Currents: Possibilities for Co-ownership in the Sharing Economy people

Jan. 19, 2015 11:30 am

Co-op Currents: Possibilities for Co-ownership in the Sharing Economy

Who owns the cheerful, convenient apps and websites that allow us to hail taxis, rent strangers’ apartments, or borrow tools from neighbors, and what control comes with that ownership? The question of ownership in the sharing economy is looming large as these sharing platforms come of age. The sharing economy, if you’re not familiar with […]
Transfer Station Pilot Closes, Developer Says Manayunk Still Ready for a Coworking Space people

Apr. 8, 2014 11:57 am

Transfer Station Pilot Closes, Developer Says Manayunk Still Ready for a Coworking Space

The Transfer Station’s coworking space in Manayunk is no more. | Photo via the Transfer Station What would have been Manayunk’s first coworking space, the Transfer Station, will not make it out of the pilot stage, at least for now. Developer Shift Capital and brothers Adam and Simon Rogers had set up a temporary space […]