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Participants at Day 2 at the GCUC 2018

GCUC 2018 – Day 2 – Attract New Members

On Day 2 of GCUC, participants broke into groups to discuss tactics they have used to attract new members. Businesses The group recommended one on ones with business owners first.  If you solidify a relationship with them, they become a sales person because they tell others about what you are doing.  When pursuing these types of relationships, it is more beneficial when you can share your passions. It is hard to blow off personal stories. During the recruitment process, create…

Day 1 at the GCUC

GCUC 2018 – Day 1 – Coworking in the Future City

In the "Coworking in the Future City" panel consisting of Jayson White, Executive Director of Adaptive Office Resources, Cat Johnson of Cat Johnson Co., Neal Gorenflo, Co-Founder, Chief Editor, and Executive Director of Shareable, Liz Elam, GCUC Executive Producer, and Ashley Proctor, Executive Director of 312 and Executive Producer of GCUC Canada.  The panel discussed how to use coworking to build a world more focused on humans. The Future City The panel started the conference off by stating the need…

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GCUC 2018 – Day 0 – Community Talk

On day 1 of GCUC a conference was led by speakers Ashley Proctor, Executive Director of 312 and Executive Producer of GCUC Canada, and Tony Bacigalupo, Founder of New York Cities.  The two talked about how to build and monetize community. About Ashley: Ashley got into coworking when she was a student at Ontario College of Art and Design.  The students came to her when they lost all of their communal space during a renovation project called “superbuild.”  Ashley created…

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GCUC 2018 – Day 2 – Key Takeways

Key Takeaways On day 2 of GCUC there was an unconference during which those who attended shared what they had learned from the other sessions they chose to attend earlier that day.  Below are prominent topics on coworking that were discussed. Attract New Members You can take advantage of your Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to bring in members.  SEO can be utilized by any space because it is a free resource.  Google reviews are helpful — you can even solicit…