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58 spaces    39 cities    2 countries    2 yearsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Com...
= coworking evengelists = create new spacesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons ...
why does this network existMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution ...
for 3 reasonsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
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2.    network is alive    because people    participate    in the projectMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworkin...
3.     network grows     because its community growsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative...
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but why should a space join our networkMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 ...
where is the profit of such choiceMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attrib...
a network makes your space strongerMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attr...
without network                                                  work of 1 = worth 1Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com...
within a network of 50 spaces                                                work of 1 = worth 50Massimo Carraro - Coworki...
a network of 50 spaces                                                     is a multiplier x 50Massimo Carraro - Coworking...
all the knowledge of 1 space x 50                   new ideas that may come up in 1 space x 50                            ...
the problems of 1 space : 50Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution...
in the same way that a coworking space                    is enriched by the presence of many peopleMassimo Carraro - Cowo...
a coworking network            is enriched by the presence of many communitiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Cow...
because a coworking network is nothing butMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3...
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only on a larger scale                                    not only community of people                                    ...
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your space is what makes the network strong               your network is what makes your space strongMassimo Carraro - Co...
"ask not what your network can do for you"             "ask yourself what you can do for your network"Massimo Carraro - Co...
this way you make the network better and strongerMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Co...
what does this mean?Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share...
resources           your space x 50                                       =   achievements                                ...
people                                                           events                                                   ...
visibility                        growth                                > resources mean achievements <                   ...
get relevant in the local community                                                                       broaden your net...
a network helps every single coworking to be               more relevant      cowo is about improving your coworking activ...
58 places where someone (at least one person!)                         dedicates work, energies, time to coworking        ...
now, how does this happen?                                                                 (seriously)Massimo Carraro - Co...
a good coworking network is a provider of                                                - knowledge                      ...
the knowledge you get by joning cowo                    - by joining, you get the knowledge to become a coworking ambassad...
the tools you get by joining cowo                     - written agreement (prepared by a lawyer) for coworkers to sign    ...
the services you get by joining cowo   - central management of requests done by a human being (whoever expresses on the co...
the marketing/communication you get by joining cowo                     - immediate access to a marketing strategy that ha...
the people you get by joining cowo              - meet people coworking in other spaces (both offline and online, no physic...
the business you get by joning cowo                                    - promote your space on the network channels/events...
one major project you get by joining cowo              the Cowo Wi-Fi navigation platform, specifically conceived for our n...
so,Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
everything comes down to a simple statement:Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons...
the network is youMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share A...
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Presentation of the Cowo Network (58 spaces in 39 cities) at the Berlin 2nd European Conference of Coworking, 3-4-5 november 2011.
The presentation explores the opportunities and advantages of participating in a larger network of coworking spaces, by building a community of communities.
By Massimo Carraro, founder of the network and coworking doorman.

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    1. 1. Massimo Carraro, founder of the Cowo Network and coworking doorman @ Cowo Milano/Lambrate Why a network? Berlin, Germany, 4 november 2011Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    2. 2. 58 spaces 39 cities 2 countries 2 yearsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    3. 3. = coworking evengelists = create new spacesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    4. 4. why does this network existMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike ?
    5. 5. for 3 reasonsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    6. 6. 1. network was born because people asked for itMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike !
    7. 7. 2. network is alive because people participate in the projectMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    8. 8. 3. network grows because its community growsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    9. 9. Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    10. 10. but why should a space join our networkMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike ?
    11. 11. where is the profit of such choiceMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike ?
    12. 12. a network makes your space strongerMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    13. 13. without network work of 1 = worth 1Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    14. 14. within a network of 50 spaces work of 1 = worth 50Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    15. 15. a network of 50 spaces is a multiplier x 50Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    16. 16. all the knowledge of 1 space x 50 new ideas that may come up in 1 space x 50 the WOM marketing of 1 space x 50 the reach of 1 space x 50 the SEO of 1 space x 50 the good people you meet in 1 space x 50 x webMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    17. 17. the problems of 1 space : 50Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    18. 18. in the same way that a coworking space is enriched by the presence of many peopleMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    19. 19. a coworking network is enriched by the presence of many communitiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    20. 20. because a coworking network is nothing butMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    21. 21. Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
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    24. 24. Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    25. 25. Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
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    27. 27. Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    28. 28. a community of communitiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    29. 29. So the question why should a space join the network finds an answer in the very reason that makes coworking uniqueMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    30. 30. communityMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    31. 31. only on a larger scale not only community of people but community of communitiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    32. 32. and you know how that worksMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    33. 33. join join join join community join join join joinMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    34. 34. share benefits
    35. 35. n e t w o r kMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    36. 36. your space is what makes the network strong your network is what makes your space strongMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    37. 37. "ask not what your network can do for you" "ask yourself what you can do for your network"Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    38. 38. this way you make the network better and strongerMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    39. 39. what does this mean?Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    40. 40. resources your space x 50 = achievements relevanceMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    41. 41. people events ideas contacts > community means resources < energy money services marketingMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    42. 42. visibility growth > resources mean achievements < media attention cowo wifi platform barcampsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    43. 43. get relevant in the local community broaden your networkget institutional attention > achievements mean relevance < explore business opportunitiesmake a difference in your world... and change itMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    44. 44. a network helps every single coworking to be more relevant cowo is about improving your coworking activity ® leveraging the unifying efforts and sharing benefits of 58 coworking communities
    45. 45. 58 places where someone (at least one person!) dedicates work, energies, time to coworking AND THESE PEOPLE ARE YOUR PARTNERSMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    46. 46. now, how does this happen? (seriously)Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    47. 47. a good coworking network is a provider of - knowledge - tools - services - marketing/communication - people - business - major projectsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    48. 48. the knowledge you get by joning cowo - by joining, you get the knowledge to become a coworking ambassador (in the affiliation written agreement the fundamentals of coworking are clearly stated + theres a definite and undersigned commitment to sustainability in the fact that the network defines a maximum price for the desk - constant information through personal contacts, social media content, newsletter, events etc) - cowo manuals: "guides" concerning operational and legal aspects of coworking- instant access to a 4-year, hands-on expertise accumulated in creating 58 coworking spaces in 39 citiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    49. 49. the tools you get by joining cowo - written agreement (prepared by a lawyer) for coworkers to sign in order to guarantee both of you about the services provision (compliant with privacy laws) - web page on the well-positioned cowo coworking platform - press release for distribution among journalists and influencers - communication tools: printed material, advertising files, hi-res logo files, cowo pinsMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    50. 50. the services you get by joining cowo - central management of requests done by a human being (whoever expresses on the cowo online platforms a need for a desk in a particular area gests an immediate answer addressing her to the nearest coworking space) - promotional deals granted to all networked spaces (hotel accomodation in various cities) - assistance on legal matters such as: what are the legal implications of handing the space keys to coworkers, what happens is something gets hurt etc - assistance on financial/taxation/accounting aspects such as: how to invoice coworking services, how to declare the coworking income, how is taxation etc - possibility for your coworkers to be hosted in other spaces of the network at favorable conditions (like a coworking visa with a fast lane)Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    51. 51. the marketing/communication you get by joining cowo - immediate access to a marketing strategy that has proven successful to the point of... convincing you to join - the network strategy becomes your strategy - word of mouth marketing: consistent approach to online conversations(cowo is on 9 social networks, all of which duly taken care of; the network constantly produces online content and participates or moderates conversations globally, on a daily basis, since 2008) - a web page for your space on cowo well-positioned coworking platform + a welcome post + a mention in the monthly newsletter + listing in the coworking cowo directory - free use of the registered "cowo" logo for 12 months - advertising template - pdf brochure - organic SEO results, thanks to the constant online cowo activitiesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    52. 52. the people you get by joining cowo - meet people coworking in other spaces (both offline and online, no physical limits) - browse the online communities and network with the people that interests you the most, for professional/personal/commercial reasons - invite other communities to your events - propose initiatives networkwide involving our spaces (open cowo, jelly, parties etc) - get support from the network founders in terms of coaching and personal networkingMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    53. 53. the business you get by joning cowo - promote your space on the network channels/events, and get more potential coworkers visit your space - co-opetition with other coworking spaces of the network (if one space has more requests thant it can satisfy, he will pass the coworkers to other spaces in the network; if one coworker in venice moves to barcelona, she will obviously turn to the cowo space there; if you launch an event in your city, you may have a good base of participants from the other coworking communities of the network, etc) - support about commercial and promotional strategies, pricing, deals from the network founders, who have being doing this for years both at a network level and running their own space - professional network personal boost, by joining a community of communities, many of which involved in specific industriesMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    54. 54. one major project you get by joining cowo the Cowo Wi-Fi navigation platform, specifically conceived for our network, able to: - connect up to 255 devices - provide a free, efficient, legal navigation platform to the citizens of the area surrounding the space as well as coworkers, turning every Cowo space into a Free WiFi public hot-spot - improving the user-experience of the coworking space with a user-friendly, easy-to-use and efficient Wi-Fi platform - give one single password to all coworkers, with which they can connect in all cowo spaces that adopt the platform Powered by SimpleSpot.itMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    55. 55. so,Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    56. 56. everything comes down to a simple statement:Massimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
    57. 57. the network is youMassimo Carraro - CoworkingProject.com - Coworking Europe 2011Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution - Share Alike
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