As nomads - freelancers, entrepreneurs, students and teleworkers - we share the places where we ... More
As nomads - freelancers, entrepreneurs, students and teleworkers - we share the places where we like to work: Cafés, bars, coworking spaces, librairies, airports, parks, and even our own homes.
Join our tribe and find the coolest spots to work and cowork.
Last updated 27 Jul 2012
Published 29 Jul 2012
The first thing i have to say about this social geolocalisation and networking application is remember the name because you might be hearing it a lot in the near future. Coworfing is a fascinating concept of an idea that encourages freelance workers and entrepreneurs to physically get together and share their cool workspaces with like minded individuals. But this is not simply an office space sharing situation. Coworfing aims to provide coworking spaces where ideas will flow, you can meet new creative people and get fresh viewpoints on your problems.
Coworfing is a place for freelancers, entrepreneurs, students and teleworkers to share the places where they like to work. Cafés, bars, coworking spaces, libraries, airports, parks and even our own homes but preferably somewhere with a decent WiFi connection. It is a place for people who believe that having no office is an opportunity rather than a problem. Coworfing was born out of a simple idea that came out of Paris when one of the developers gathered the addresses of cool cafes with good WiFi and cool waiting staff and made a map out of it for like-minded friends. The idea developed into opening up their own homes for networking and inspired ideas. So that's what you get here really and it's as much of a concept as it is an application. It's just a question of logging in and, at the moment, you can have a look at the blog or the Twitter and Facebook...