Co-Working Space Follow-Up

Kumar McMillan kmcmillan at mozilla.com
Fri Feb 21 16:11:27 PST 2014


On Feb 20, 2014, at 5:27 PM, Gemma Petrie <gpetrie at mozilla.com> wrote:

> Hi Jon, Lars and Kumar,
> 
> I've haven't done much more on finding space due to travel, but I wanted to re-start the conversation. You are the three people from the Corporation side that mentioned an interest in co-working space. Kumar, were there other people I left off the initial email that we should loop in?

I'm not sure who all is interested in a co-working space. I'm cc'ing chicago at mozilla.org, our new list! Info: https://mail.mozilla.org/listinfo/chicago 

> 
> At this point, I think we have two options:
> 
> 1) I can contact Robert Middleton and explore the possibility of getting an 1871 membership for the group. This has the advantage of being both cost effective for those of us that might only use space a few times a week and it will (for the short term at least) be the same space that the Foundation uses.
> 

I've been to 1871 but the space has changed a lot since then. Do they have private conference rooms we could grab for meetings?

> 2) Or, we can find a totally different space either together (preferable :) or separately. This will give us flexibility around dedicated desks, quiet areas, and location. As I mentioned before, after some fairly extensive research I was only able to find one space that would entertain a "part-time" membership (Design Cloud). Would anyone be interested in pursuing that space? Any other ideas?

I'm open to new spaces. I don't have a lot of time to do research but I can try to help. 

Thanks, Gemma, for looking into this!

> 
> Hope you are all well,
> Gemma
> 
> -------------------
> Gemma Petrie
> User Researcher
> Strategy + Insights
> Mozilla Corporation
> 
> 

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