(PRESS RELEASE, JANUARY 19, 2010) — “Coworking” is expected to be major trend in the United States, Europe, and Latin America in 2010.
Co-working gives a home-based professional or small business owner, the opportunity to step outside of the home office and join others in some side-by-side solo-work.
For the home-based professional and business owner coworking is not only a tremendous solution for the problem of isolation, but also presents an escape from common distractions that can come with working from home.
Office Divvy, a Palm Coast, Florida based provider of Office and Coworking Space Solutions, announced participation in the “Coworking Visa” program.
Coworking Visa lets members in participating coworking spaces use partner spaces when traveling.
As of January 2010, there are only two Central-Florida-based establishments which participate in the Coworking Visa program. They are:
• Colab in Orlando
• Office Divvy in Palm Coast
Other participating coworking spaces in the United States are located in (in alphabetical order): Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.
International participating locations include: Austria, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Panama Pakistan, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Uruguay.
Office Divvy provides Ready-to-Use, Flexible and Part-Time Offices, Dedicated Offices, Interim Offices, Virtual Office Solutions, Coworking Space, and Administrative and Business Services including Virtual Assistant Services in Palm Coast (Flagler County), Florida. The company’s membership is comprised of solo-practitioners, small businesses, professionals, home-based-business owners, and entrepreneurs.
Office Divvy is co-founded by 3 entrepreneurs: Lisa Schenone Ekinci, Sim Taing, and Kayhan (Ky) Ekinci.
“A keyword search on Google for coworking now brings 629,000 results” Ky Ekinci, Office Divvy Co-Founder said. “Coworking as a concept and as a work-trend is certainly catching on, not only in the United States but also elsewhere around the world.”
Palm Coast, FL, where Office Divvy is located was a leading population growth center between 2002 and 2007. The Flagler County Chamber of Commerce reports over 1800 businesses active in Flagler County, of which over 1,000 are Chamber members. High number of Solo-Entrepreneurs and Solo-Practitioners are a part of the Palm Coast and Flagler County lifestyle, and they make perfect candidates for coworking.
“We are proud to be providing a terrific space and environment for coworking in Palm Coast, FL. Office Divvy is a true small business hub for professionals, entrepreneurs, and start-ups in Palm Coast, Flagler County and beyond. We are proud to provide the infrastructure to support meaningful coworking, where you can change your environment for a few hours and get into your work zone. One added benefit is the organic networking which takes place when you meet other professionals.” says Office Divvy Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Lisa Schenone Ekinci.
For more information call toll-free 1.888.533.4889, e-mail info@OfficeDivvy.com or visit the company website at http://www.OfficeDivvy.com