The Ann Arbor Coworking Blog

Office Evolution Franchisee Shelly Bade featured in Entrepreneur Magazine

Entrepreneur recently highlighted 100 Powerful Women of 2020, among the group, you’ll find Shelly Bade. Shelley was a pioneer of coworking starting her own three locations in Phoenix,…

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Workspace Demand Grows: Office Evolution Announces New CFO

Office Evolution’s Senior Vice President of Finance, Mike Brower, has been promoted to CFO to continue to strengthen the brand’s leadership team during this crucial time for the…

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Coronavirus Fuels Work-from-Home Trend in Shared Office Space

The Coronavirus has impacted everyone and every market segment. However, for the shared workspace industry, this may be the start of something much bigger.

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The push to the suburbs drives demand for smaller, flexible space away from cities in Ann Arbor

Work from home activity has surged during the coronavirus pandemic – but not all home offices are created equal. The need for suitable, clean workspaces, close to home…

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Open for Business: New Ways of Working Signal Opportunity in Flex Office Space Market in Ann Arbor

Recently, Franchising USA Magazine, sat down with Office Evolution Founder and CEO, Mark Hemmeter, to discuss the surge in demand for flexible office space. The shared-office model has…

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Online Marketing Secrets for Small Businesses in Ann Arbor

No matter your business, you know you need a steady supply of customers to do what you do best. The only way to get them is through marketing….

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A Look at the Flex Work Industry Today in Ann Arbor

Is flex work here to stay? According to many employees and employers alike, it should be.

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Declare Your Independence from Your Home Office This Summer in Ann Arbor

As more companies are starting to reopen during the pandemic and invite their employees back into the workplace, is it officially time to say good-bye to the home…

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The Rise of the Corporate Coworker in Ann Arbor

It’s not surprising that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how, when, and where corporations are doing business. Many local restrictions have forced companies to temporarily close, which means…

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