Does entrepreneurship leave you feeling disconnected from a community in your local market?
In episode 276 of the Bokeh Podcast, Gene Yoon shares how he collaborated with a few friends to create a co-working space that was influenced by the concept of community. Listen in as Gene shares some of the biggest lessons he’s learned from running a co-working space, along with how you can get started creating one today!
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Brand Position: Capturing creative, yet natural imagery with a photojournalistic style. (1:18)
Advice for Photographers: Having a community based mentality will take you very far. (4:10)
Technique for Time: Be intentional about the time you’re carving out in your schedule. (5:26)
Content Recommendations: Youtube & Other Photographers (10:43)
The Gear Bag: Small Bluetooth Speaker (14:32)
Creating a Community Through Co-Working (18:16)
Time Commitment to Running a co-Working Space: For the first year, Gene was working out of the space, while still furnishing it. (20:03)
Business Model: A co-working space that hosts event, workshops, co-working opportunities through memberships and punch passes. (21:40)
The Lesson: (28:15)
Make an attempt to connect with others.
Join other networking groups out there.