Cowork in public spaces
WorkInTheFLOW was first tested as a pilot with support from Friends of Bloomingdale Regional Library in Tampa, FL at 12 branches of Hillsborough County Public Libraries. The initiative won acclaim and Urban Libraries Council recognized it as a 2016 Innovation.
WorkInTheFLOW members must follow the rules of any public space chosen for meeting or coworking. WorkInTheFLOW weaves an entrepreneurial community, but members remain personally responsible for their use of any spaces for cowork or meeting. Most public libraries book meeting rooms against a library card.
Meet in virtual conferences
The WorkInTheFLOW team comes with significant experience in organizing enterprise-grade virtual events. Members will enjoy guidance in setting up their own virtual conferences if needed.
WorkInTheFLOW’s programs tend to attract problem-solvers and optimistic people who want to make the world around them better. One can’t help but leave inspired after a WorkInTheFLOW gathering.