Join us Friday, May 1 at Firecat Studio for our FREE monthly open house coworking session 9am – 5 pm. The brownbag lunch topic is the Ins and Outs of Facebook — from noon to 1:30 pm.
Kudos to Scot and Emily McKay for their presentation on eMail and eNews Marketing
Everyone who attended last month’s coworking session was treated to an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at using eMail to boost business. Scot McKay of X and Y Communications showed us his eMail platform dashboard – live! He described how he uses the tool, his strategy for sending business to his various online offerings, and shared tons of tips that really make the difference in clickthroughs and traffic. If you get a chance to see Emily or Scot, don’t miss it. They know how it’s done and they are generous about sharing.
Coworking, what the heck is it anyway?
See the Coworking FAQs. It’s basically people gathering to work together in groups other than their usual project team, corporate cubemates, alone in a home office, or from a hotel room, or a coffeeshop. Several of us think it’s the Workplace of the Future – especially for professionals and knowledge workers who can work from anywhere.
More Coworking opportunities in San Antonio
We’ve had some developments in the Coworking world here in the Alamo City.
- Todd O’Neill has launched C4 Workspace, a dedicated coworking space in the King William area (near downtown). There are several subscription options, lots of amenities and they’ll have some “get to know you” events so you can try it out.
- Jelly San Antonio continues to meet up every Tuesday at La Taza coffeehouse on 281 N.
- The Salesby5 guys are rustling up a coworking venture near 410 and Jones Maltsberger. Stay tuned!
Check the San Antonio page of the Coworking wiki to find out more about this exciting evolution of the workplace.