Opinion: The pandemic changed how people work, and they’re not going back
By Pamela Tanase As the founder and chief operations officer of Workzones, a coworking business club, for almost 10 years, I’ve had a front-row seat to the dramatic changes in how and where people work. Those changes accelerated during the pandemic and have now solidified. What lies ahead are exciting opportunities for workplace innovation, and Read More →
Coding Autism wins MIT entrepreneurial competition
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In good company: Co-working spaces proliferate in region
This has been the year co-working hit the Tri-Counties. With the opening on Nov. 4 of Connect Ventura in the Working Artists Ventura building, there are now co-work spaces in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo.