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happy.
motivated.
productive.

coworking

We believe that coworking happens anytime more than one motivated person gathers to work with the intent to create shared value for the benefit of the community.

“Executive office suites can give you some perks, but coworking gives you some peeps. And that’s how I work best – as an independent spirit in a interdependent world.”
Julie Sutter, Freelance Writer and Coworking Convert

“I love the community – both physical and online. My fellow Coherians have been a great resource time and again with answers to questions, referrals for other services my clients need and collaboration on projects, as well as a much valued sounding board.”
Ellen Bryant, Graphic Designer

“I love coming into the office for friendly banter, good ideas, and a clean space to work.”
-Nicole

“I absolutely value my fellow Coherians for their insight, advice and connection to the community.”
Jenny Benton-Fischer, Graphic Designer

“I have belonged to Cohere Old Town for three years. I have found the community of workers to be very supportive. We have frequent get-togethers to meet new members and catch up with each other. Angel is a fantastic leader / owner. She puts a lot of energy into the care and feeding of our community..”
-Andy

“The camaraderie provided by the Cohere community gave me confidence, opened up new opportunities, and most importantly, allowed me to create friendships with talented people I respect and admire.”
Beth Buczynski, Wordsmith at See Beth Write, LLC

Here’s the thing about Cohere. People genuinely help each other. It’s not forced, like those groups where people insincerely follow some networking formula, asking “how can I help you?” It’s connecting with a tech expert that willing helps you, a complete non-techie, finally figure out how to backup her computer and update its operating system for the first time in…ever!”
-Ariana

“Nice, smart people. And bandwidth!”
Carson Block, Library Technology Consultant

“Global Leaders has worked from a private office in the Cohere Community for the last 3 years, and we couldn’t be happier. We’ve tapped the talented folks here so many times to help us tackle challenges, and are a stronger organization for it. Plus, we love being able to spread the gospel of direct trade coffee by brewing it for the members. We love Cohere!”
-Laurel

“Being a part of Cohere has provided me a place to connect and sense of community for my virtual work space. The internet is fast, coffee pot is always on and a friendly smile to greet you at the door or engage in conversation.”
-Janelle

the bloggity.

How To Keep Momentum After Startup Week Fort Collins

As Startup Week Fort Collins nears its epic end, let’s make a plan to keep the momentum into next week and beyond. Whether you got your first taste of coworking, got your mind blown by a musician or felt a much needed boost in motivation as a freelancer, it’s important to not let this enthusiasm…

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I Own a Coworking Space and I Tried to Work From Home

When I started Cohere EIGHT years ago, I didn’t know what I was doing. I had a vague sense that people would enjoy working alongside one another (or rather, I felt that *I* would enjoy working alongside them). Luckily I had low risk aversion and $20K burning a hole in my savings account. Since then, I’ve learned a lot about how and why people cowork and the main goal for coworkers appears to be the avoidance of loneliness/loss of social skills.

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