BJ Rosinus has a real estate background, ran a coworking space in Florida, and then decided to join one of his members in serving a niche need for the coworking space - insurance for operators and members.
Insurance is not the sexiest topic, but your landlord won't let you sign your lease without it and it can be hard to find a broker that "gets" our business and assigns the appropriate amount of risk and in turn, charges a fair premium.
Going a step further, BJ's team offers insurance for members that meets the requirement in the member agreement and also satisfies the the growing frequency of requests from landlords that each member provide proof of insurance.
Get the details here: www.everythingcoworking.com/114
Whether you’re new and worried that someone is going to beat you to opening in your market, or you’ve been in business for awhile and competition in your market is starting to heat up, this discussion is for you.
Hannah Walker reflects on her team's first year in business at WorkHub in Tyler, TX.
A little about Tyler, TX
What role does Workhub play in your community?
What is special about Workhub?
What WorkHub members do for work
What has surprised Hannah the most in your first year of running a coworking space?
What Hannah has enjoyed the most?
What has been the most challenging?
What advice would Hannah give another operator to help them prepare for their first year?
What is Hannah excited about for year 2?