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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.

“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


“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


“Coworking is a perfect mix. There is productive time and social time. An opportunity to meet people for personal and professional collaboration. It’s fun, it’s productive…”
Skippy, Photographer

Member Katrina shares her coworking insights

“Cohere is a unique, dynamic community on the grow. The work space enables people to learn and teach each other on various levels and topics, and that is something I have been challenged to find in any other work environment.”
Katrina Pfannkuch, Writer


“I’ll always have a Cohere membership – it’s just such a core part of Fort Collins culture and a great place to coordinate with your fellow co-workers”
Nick Armstrong, WTF Marketing


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


“I decided to join Cohere because I found myself becoming depressed and unmotivated working alone from home. Being at Cohere will improve my focus, help me meet other entrepreneurs, and assuage my loneliness.”
Cei Lambert, Illustrator

“The more I try different spaces, the more I appreciate Cohere”


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


“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

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Down & Dirty with the Cohere Members

A conversation about a member’s broken shower and Christian Rudder’s book Dataclysm sparked a full on investigation of hygiene habits at Cohere and the creation of the Statistical Analysis Department (S.A.D) staffed entirely by people who dig data. Coherians were asked

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Coworking: Must-Have Supply List

Five years into running a coworking space in Fort Collins, I’ve finally compiled a list of the most game-changing items you can purchase for your coworkers. From desks to dishes, Cohere has the scoop on…

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