Coworking in Midsized Cities

10 Carden Shared Space
presents a workshop:

Coworking in Midsized Cities

10 Carden is undertaking a project which examines the role of co-working as an economic development strategy for smaller cities.Please join us at the workshop in which we will introduce the findings, including the results of our Community Bond process which may applicable to any not-for-profit social enterprise.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
7:00 – 9:00 pm
10 Carden Shared Space
@10 Carden Street in downtown Guelph.

by emailing [email protected]

This project, the New Economy: The role of co-working in Ontario’s midsized cities was presented by 10 Carden Shared Space with support from the Government of Ontario. Places to Grow is a regional plan focused on attracting new jobs and residents to Ontario’s cities.

Julia Grady
Project Manager
Co-Founder, 10 Carden Shared Space Inc.
E: [email protected]
P: 519-546-5640

Audrey Jamal
Project Researcher
PhD Candidate, University of Waterloo
E: [email protected]
P: 226-821-3959