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Wannabe Entrepreneur 🎙️

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I am building a cheap remote co-working space

The Problem

One big Con of working remotely is the lack of an office vibe and team spirit.

Many try going to physical Co-Working spaces but they tend to be expensive and noisy and for digital nomads that jump around constantly it's hard to develop meaningful relationships.

Virtual Co-Working Space

To fix that I started building a remote co-working space that entrepreneurs can access no matter where they are.

Now I have more than 50 members and some have even already met in person.

Besides having the slack channel we also have always available virtual rooms where people can work or hang together and events like hackathons, random coffees, and workshops.

Would love to hear your thoughts on the idea. Would you see yourself using such a service?

Cheers

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