There are many common assumptions about people who work from within coworking and shared work spaces. However, just like the CoSolve ecosystem of resources, our members are anything but typical. Let go of your thoughts of the average "coworking space person". Read below to learn about the kinds of people that choose to work within the CoSolve community.
Work More Socially! At CoSolve our community members love to collaborate and work socially on a variety of diverse projects, opportunities and ideas, in doing so our community members thrive and grow together.
Make a Meaningful Impact! Aside from their usual day-to-day activities, members bring their whole selves to work everyday to be part of a supportive culture, all while performing meaningful work for the local community through volunteer work, mentorship and events.
Many remote workers, freelancers, startups and small businesses choose CoSolve to call their home.
"I have been a member since their inception ... The community has grown exponentially, and there are always incredibly talented and knowledgeable people working, in many different facets of the entrepreneurial realm. Being a remote worker, I could not have asked for a better spot to make my home base. They are also very engaged in the community, and looking to help Longmont grow!"
"My company first dropped into CoSolve for a week of meetings in their flex conference spaces. Initially, we were pleasantly surprised how easy it was... coffee in the morning, convenient walking distance from Main Street restaurants, cafes, and bars. Then we started noticing the community at CoSolve. It wasn’t long before we were hooked. We settled into a temporary set of hot-desks while the 2nd floor was being renovated, and finally an office on the 2nd floor when it was completed. We’ve been growing our business out of CoSolve the over a year now, and we couldn’t be happier!"
Our member companies range in size from independent consultants and freelancers, pre-revenue startups to large global corporations with remote workers calling CoSolve their regional base of operations.
Across these industrious member companies CoSolve members cover both for-profit and non-profit organizations operating in - education; health/pharma; financial services; consumer services; consumer goods and products; software; clean technology; media; business services; entertainment and theme parks; computer peripherals; computer hardware.
The top business services include; cybersecurity, marketing/public relations, law, finance, UI/UX, and design.
Growth of business within the CoSolve community is constant, and with the diverse ecosystem of industrious companies there is no shortage of finding peer resources.
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Consumer Goods / Services
Royal Philips of the Netherlands is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips leverages advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. The company is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in consumer health and home care.
LaunchSquad is an award-winning public relations, content marketing and creative agency with offices in San Francisco, New York, Boston and Seattle. Since 1999, we’ve been passionately helping companies make a name for themselves, grow their services and become market leaders. Our expertise spans both consumer-facing and B2B clients in a variety of industries including consumer technology, enterprise technology, fashion, retail, entertainment, media, ecommerce, gaming, education, finance, energy and more.
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Artifact Conservation Services provides preservation consultation, collections management, and conservation treatment services for archaeological, historic, and artistic works. Located in Boulder County, Colorado, the company serves the mountain states and plains region with on-site preservation consultation and conservation of art and artifacts for museum, corporate, and private collections. Clients include the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, Wyoming Military Department, NineDot Arts, Dean and Associates Conservation Services, Carbon County Museum, Colorado University Art Museum, Denver Arts and Venues, Travelers Insurance, and private clients.