Are you guilty of mixing work with pleasure? You’re not alone. It is for this reason, that we’re obsessed with coworking. With coworking spaces all over the world, you’re sure to find designated space to get a quick meeting in.
If you’re looking to swap out a sunny Caribbean getaway for a ski adventure this winter, you can even find a cozy coworking space near some of your favorite ski resorts.
Since launching in October 2015, Coworker.com has grown to become the world’s largest platform to find & connect with coworking spaces in 163 countries, with thousands of member reviews collected.
Over 100,000 people now use Coworker.com each month to find a coworking space. All of us here on our (growing) team are excited to be part of this incredible industry and help people join the communities that will take their lives & businesses to the next level.
Here are 4 of the top coworking spaces according to Coworker.com.
The Ski Locker in Chamonix, France
Tahoe Mill Collective in Alpine Meadows, California
ELEVATE in Frisco, Colorado
Coworking Bansko in Bulgaria
How to Access Coworking Spaces
If you’re a ski regular in any of these states or countries, you may find a membership useful.
If you find a space that you love and want to regularly use, by far the best value for your money is joining as a member.
Brands such as WeWork and Spaces have membership packages that allow you to access hot desking in their locations worldwide. There are other apps out there like Coworker.com’s Global Pass, Deskpass, Croissant and Proximity Nomad. Think of them almost like Priority Pass for coworking…not airport lounges!
I’ve used all these apps since they have different coverage areas, based on when I’ve needed in a coworking space.
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