Ben Terry
Ben TerryCreative Director, Access Ventures

Best apps and tools for managing/working at a co-working space?

I'm looking to find what's out there to help manage our co-working space or apps/tools that members of coworking spaces love using.
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  1. Kia Rahmani
    Kia RahmaniCEO at ShareDesk · Written
    Optix is a mobile-first platform to run coworking spaces and smart shared office spaces. There are a number of web-based coworking software solutions available, but Optix is the only solution that provides clients with white-labeled native iOS and Android apps. Most of the coworking spaces are catering to mobile and nomatic client base, so it makes sense for coworking spaces to offer a mobile-first solution to run their workplace and community. Some of the features can be found here: The platform currently integrates with over 750 apps, and launching their Public API to provide further integrations and customizations
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    Coworkies Jobs

    Jobs in coworking spaces

    dimitar inchev
    dimitar inchevTeam Coworkies & · Written
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    Empower your coworkers by a creating a job board for your space where coworkers can share job and project opportunities.
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    A fast, easy, collaborative hiring tool

    Beth Hudson
    Beth Hudson4Social Media Marketer, Recruitee · Written
    If you're going to work together, shouldn't you hire together? Recruitee is all about collaborative hiring, and whether you are a remote or co-working team, it makes it easy for everybody to get involved in the recruitment process. I work with them and can vouch for the usability and expertise of the product. They just released the mobile app for Android and iPhones, as well! Here are some quick tips for collaborative hiring (and a link to a free whitepaper on the subject if you'd like to check it out further - 1. Make it easy for employees to get involved. Don't force it! A sourcing extension can help with this. 2. Offer incentives for the best participation, but don't give all the work to those that participate the most. 3. Have a good employee referral program in place with guidelines. 4. Pin down the ideal characteristics (not just skills!) of the new hire with input from the whole team. 5. Conduct interviews where everyone will interact, at least briefly, with the candidate to get a sense of how they would mesh. 6. Use an ATS (like Recruitee!) that allows for unlimited users and team notes, rating of candidates, etc.
  4. Ayush Mittal
    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    Tool to manage coworking space. Real-time booking, messaging and community.
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    Ditch your todo list for an intelligent schedule

    R A I Z A
    R A I Z A🍝 Product Manager | Spaghetti Aficionado · Written
    This helps me stay on track with both my to-dos and calendar app. Easy to stay focused and disciplined, regardless of a personal or professional task! If you like it, you can use my referral link here:
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