Originally published by PRWeb.com

The League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (LEXC), the leading nationwide network of coworking spaces in North America, has added two new member spaces to its growing network. All members will now be welcomed at 23 vibrant work spaces in the LEXC network, ensuring a seamless experience whenever and wherever work takes place.

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Originally published by Forbes.com written by Marissa Feinberg

If you’re like most people, you work in a high-rise building alongside colleagues who, much of the time, are away from their seats in meetings, at lunch or traveling for business.

Get ready for drastic change. A global recession, emerging sharing economy and more buy in to climate change are each pointing boardrooms toward efficiency. Your office as you know it will be gone.

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Originally published by The Wall Street Journal written by Rachel Emma Silverman

Employees are urged to wander from floor to floor, bounce ideas off one another and test out new products in the hope that such informal interactions will help spark collaboration, solve problems and generate new ideas.

In some cases, companies are renting desks in co-working spaces, with an idea that workers from different companies, and with different skill sets, can complement one another. Some companies are also turning to shared workspaces as a way to save money on pricey leases or to house employees in areas where they don’t have other corporate offices.

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World’s first Coworking loyalty program in high demand and expanding steadily; launches new venues in New York City, Washington DC

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Top venues join to provide a seamless coworking experience in cities around the US

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Originally published by Collaborate.com written by David Coleman

I remember seeing the movie “League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” with Sean Connery. I wonder who will star in the League of Extraordinary Coworking spaces? The Invisible Man, to represent virtual space (he also was in the other movie), the Riddler for space of the future? TwoFace for spaces that can quickly convert to something else? Well you get the idea.

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Originally published by Shareable.net written by Beth Buczynski

Coworking spaces provide mobile workers with a laptop-friendly place to network and collaborate. Many coworkers view their local coworking spaces as a refuge from the distractions of a home office or the cramped conditions of a coffee shop.

But traveling, a common requirement for remote and freelance professionals, presents a unique problem for coworking regulars. Not only can it be arduous to locate a coworking space in a new city, but drop-in fees can be an unwelcome expense.

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