Coworking News, Magazines and Blogs

News and Magazines



Deskmag is the magazine about the new type of work and their places, how they look, how they function, how they could be improved and how we work in them. They especially focus on coworking spaces which are home to the new breed of independent workers and small companies.



CoworkNews is the destination for daily breaking news about the coworking industry. Coworking is one of the fastest growing movements in the world today, with new spaces opening daily in cities all over the world. Whether you're an industry leader, a member of the press, or a shared workspace enthusiast, CoworkNews will help you stay up to date and in the loop!


#New Worker Magazine

New Worker Magazine is the independent digital publication by and for the freelancers, entrepreneurs, remote workers and independents that make up the global coworking community.



The purpose of Alltop is to help you answer the question, “What’s happening?” in “all the topics” that interest you. They do this by collecting the headlines of the latest stories from the best sites and blogs that cover a topic. They group these collections — “aggregations” — into individual web pages. Then they display the five most recent headlines of the information sources as well as their first paragraph.

Coworking Blogs

#Tony Bacigalupo

He's believing we're here to help each other. His work focuses on the global coworking movement and related efforts that encourage the gathering of empowered, like-minded individuals.

#Craig Baute

His name is Craig Baute and he is a native son of Michigan living in Colorado. He is most known for his coworking company, Creative Density, in Denver with multiple locations and the consulting projects that he do for people interested in joining the coworking movement.


They are inspired by the concept of Coworking, its inception, exponential growth and its future place in the world of work.

#Coworking Blog

Coworking is redefining the way we do work. The idea is simple: that independent professionals and those with workplace flexibility work better together than they do alone. Coworking answers the question that so many face when working from home

#Alex Hillman

He builds communities, has started one of the longest running coworking communities in the world, writes a crapload of words every day, tweets a little too much, coaches people to be the best version of themselves possible, can’t stop learning new things, and does his very best not to take himself too seriously.