Madison coworking comes in many shapes and sizes
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Madison coworking comes in many shapes and sizes

Madison coworking comes in many shapes and sizes

By Judy Newman, Wisconsin State Journal

Madworks_20151Co-working is not just for techies and Millennials. It is not limited to upscale Downtown buildings with sleek, modern interiors.

In Madison, co-working is taking increasingly different forms in diverse locations.

The concept is simple: Sharing space in a work environment, whether that means sitting side-by-side at a long table or occupying individual offices.

The goal is universal: To provide support and encouragement to people who want to try something new — a new business or a new skill — and creating a small community of like- minded people. Read more …