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30 Most Influential People in Coworking 2016

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Coworking, by its very definition, is rooted in community, growth, and innovation.

Because of the passion and dedication of thousands of coworking community members, the industry has expanded to what it is today – a revolutionary movement that is shaping the way our world views businesses, offices, and the way people get work done.

By the end of 2016, there are expected to be 10,000 coworking spaces throughout the world – 28% growth from 2015.

This leads to some very important questions for 2016: as coworking goes “mainstream,” will the originality and unique roots of the movement remain?

Where is the line between coworking and just working, and how do we ensure that we’re remaining authentic to the foundational elements of the industry?

Leading up to the major 10,000-space milestone in 2016, there has been a strong community of influencers who have helped shape coworking into the high-growth industry it is today.

These are pioneers, revolutionaries, and next-level leaders who are all tied to one very strong belief: that coworking is changing the way we work and is here to stay.

We asked the coworking community to nominate influencers they feel have had a significant hand in building the coworking movement, accelerating the movement’s growth, and/or ensuring the movement stays on the right track.

We received tons of awesome nominations and have broken up the influencers into six categories:

1. Most Impressive Networks
2. Coworking Innovators
3. Biggest Commercial Successes
4. Most Active Community Builders
5. Coworking Originals
6. Rising Newcomers

Read on to find out more about each category and the influencers!

The original post can be found here: https://blog.getkisi.com/30-influential-people-coworking-2016/

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30 Most Influential People in Coworking 2016

  1. 1. 30 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE IN COWORKING 2016
  2. 2. We asked the coworking c o m m u n i t y to nominate influencers they feel have had a significant hand in building and accelerating the coworking movement.
  3. 3. We received tons of nominations and broke up the influencers into six categories: Most Impressive Networks Coworking Innovators Biggest Commercial Successes Most Active Community Builders Coworking Originals Rising Newcomers
  4. 4. This is what they had to say...
  5. 5. MOST IMPRESSIVE NETWORKS MIKE LAROSA JEAN-YVES HUWART TONY BACIGALUPO RAMON SUAREZ LIZ ELAM
  6. 6. Company: Coworkaholic Location: Washington, DC Website: www.coworkaholic.com Twitter: @liveventi Mike LaRosa He is truly passionate about coworking. It’s most clear in his ability to bring communities together to collectively propel the industry forward. “ ”
  7. 7. Company: Coworking Europe Location: Brussels Website: www.global-enterprise.biz Twitter: @jeanyves Jean-Yves Huwart He’s one of the biggest voices of coworking in Europe, and has brought together a community of coworking spaces through Coworking Europe, where we can learn from each other and discuss the future of our industry. “ ”
  8. 8. Company: New Work City Location: New York City Website: www.tonybacigalupo.com Twitter: @tonybgoode Tony Bacigalupo Tony is truly passionate about the collective good of coworking, bringing together coworking owners to ensure that whoever wants to be part of the coworking movement can be. “ ”
  9. 9. Company: Betacowork Location: Brussels Website: www.coworkinghandbook.com Twitter: @ramonsuarez Ramon Suarez Ramon quite literally wrote the handbook on coworking, and he’s done a great job of using it to connect individuals interested in coworking from throughout the world. “ ”
  10. 10. Company: GCUC Location: Austin Website: www.linkcoworking.com Twitter: @LinkCoworking Liz Elam She hosts the GCUC [Global Coworking Unconference Conference], and has dedicated herself to her passion of connecting and informing the industry. “ ”
  11. 11. COWORKINGINNOVATORS CRAIG BAUTE DREW JONES JEREMY NEUNER CHELSEA RUSTRUM IRIS KAVANAGH
  12. 12. Company: Creative Density Coworking Location: Denver Website: www.craigbaute.com Twitter: @craigbaute Craig Baute Craig uses his solid business background in his approach to coworking – at the end of the day, we’re all running businesses we want to succeed, and he a forward-thinker who can help get there. “ ”
  13. 13. Company: OpenWork Location: Austin Website: www.openwork.agency Twitter: @openworkagency Drew Jones He has an intuition for where the future of work is heading not just within coworking, but within the entire corporate working industry as a whole. “ ”
  14. 14. Company: Google Location: San Francisco Website: www.nextspace.us Twitter: @jjneuner Jeremy Neuner He’s proven time and time again that he’s a builder and curator of great communities. “ ”
  15. 15. Company: Sharers.co Location: San Francisco Website: www.rustrum.com Twitter: @chelsearustrum Chelsea Rustrum She has a true vision when it comes to the sharing economy, and has helped the coworking understand where it fits into this new revolution. “ ”
  16. 16. Company: NextSpace Location: San Francisco Website: www.iriskavanagh.com Twitter: @iriskavanagh Iris Kavanagh She’s the community expert – she knows how to build, foster, and optimize growth for communities of all sizes and types. Most importantly, she’s a pleasure to work with! “ ”
  17. 17. BIGGESTCOMMERCIAL SUCCESSES ADAM NEUMANN JOSHUA ABRAM NICK JONES JIM NEWTON HOWARD SCHULTZ
  18. 18. Company: WeWork Location: New York City Website: www.wework.com Twitter: @weworkadam Adam Neumann Adam built the biggest coworking space chain in the United States. It’s hard to argue with that success! “ ”
  19. 19. Company: Neuehouse Location: New York City Website: www.neuehouse.com Twitter: @joshuaabram Joshua Abram With Neuehouse, Joshua shows a serious coworking model of how work collective will look like in the future. “ ”
  20. 20. Company: Soho House Location: London, UK Website: www.sohohouse.com Twitter: @sohohouse Nick Jones Nick successfully built the most loyal, high-end worldwide coworking and travel community. “ ”
  21. 21. Company: TechShop Location: Menlo Park Website: www.techshop.ws Twitter: @techshopjim Jim Newton Jim started techshop in 2006, way before anyone thought about hardware startups. Now, he provides the world with a community garage full of tools to build their dreams. “ ”
  22. 22. Company: Starbucks Location: Seattle Website: www.starbucks.com Twitter: @starbucks Howard Schultz Undeniably the biggest, easiest to access coworking space worldwide. “ ”
  23. 23. MOST ACTIVE COMMUNITY BUILDERS JEROME CHANG ALEX HILLMAN BOB SUMMERS JERED KENNA JACOB SAYLES
  24. 24. Company: BLANKSPACES Location: Los Angeles Website: www.blankspaces.com Twitter: @blankspaces Jerome Chang Jerome is always contributing to help fellow coworking space owners. He also opened the the first coworking space in SoCal and SF, long before anyone else. “ ”
  25. 25. Company: Indy Hall Location: Philadelphia Website: www.indyhall.com Twitter: @alexhillman Alex Hillman He’s been a community builder since the start and runs the most popular coworking podcast. “ ”
  26. 26. Company: TechPad Location: San Francisco Website: www.techpad.org Twitter: @bobs Bob Summers He’s a true entrepreneur, and is the perfect example of someone who can use passion to drive community. “ ”
  27. 27. Company: 20Mission Location: San Francisco Website: www.20mission.com Twitter: @jeredkenna Jered Kenna Jered’s created the landing hub for every entrepreneur arriving in San Francisco. “ ”
  28. 28. Company: Office Nomads Location: Seattle Website: www.officenomads.com Twitter: @jacobsayles Jacob Sayles Community runs in through his veins: he’s a builder and contributor to Open Coworking, the coworking wiki, coworking visa, and Coworking Seattle. “ ”
  29. 29. COWORKINGORIGINALS JAMIE RUSSO AMIT GUPTA JAMES WAHBA TINA ROTH-EISENBERG ALEX LINSKER
  30. 30. Company: Enerspace Location: San Francisco Website: www.globalworkspace.org Twitter: @evrythingcowork Jamie Russo Jamie’s always willing to share her experience when pioneering spaces in Chicago and Palo Alto. “ ”
  31. 31. Company: Jelly Location: Portland Website: www.workatjelly.com Twitter: @superamit Amit Gupta He introduced coworking to NYC [one of the industry’s biggest hubs] with Jelly. “ ”
  32. 32. Company: Projective Space Location: New York City Website: www.projective.co Twitter: @jameswahba James Wahba James and his brothers stay true to community coworking in NYC and constantly experiment to bring the best experience to their members. “ ”
  33. 33. Company: Friends Location: Brooklyn Website: www.friendsworkhere.com Twitter: @swissmiss Tina Roth Eisenberg For Tina, coworking is and has been a natural lifestyle and source of inspiration. “ ”
  34. 34. Company: Collective Agency Location: Portland Website: www.collectiveagency.co Twitter: @alexlinsker Alex Linsker Alex is one of the most consistent shapers of the coworking culture. “ ”
  35. 35. RISINGNEWCOMERS SCOTT COHEN RABIH HELOU JAMIE HODARI ZOLTAN SZALAS JASON WIDEN
  36. 36. Company: New Lab Location: Brooklyn Website: www.newlab.com Twitter: @scottbcohen Scott Cohen Scott shows how an interdisciplinary, creative work facility can lift up and position an entire borough. “ ”
  37. 37. Company: Beauty Shoppe Location: Pittsburgh Website: www.thebeautyshoppe.org Twitter: @rhelou Rabih Helou Rabih built the biggest coworking space in Pittsburgh and is a role model space for up-and-coming cities. “ ”
  38. 38. Company: Industrious Location: Brooklyn Website: www.industriousoffice.com Twitter: @jamiehodari Jamie Hodari Industrious is the fastest growing coworking space in the US. “ ”
  39. 39. Company: Croissant Location: New York City Website: www.getcroissant.com Twitter: @thezoltan Zoltan Szalas Zoltan made what many have waited a long time for – a space on demand from your phone. “ ”
  40. 40. Company: HQ Raleigh Location: Raleigh Website: www.hqraleigh.com Twitter: @jasonwiden Jason Widen Jason proves that the entrepreneurial spirit is what drives thriving coworking communities. “ ”
  41. 41. To learn more about the 30 Most Influential People in Coworking 2016, visit https://blog.getkisi.com/30-influential-people-coworking- 2016/

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