Meet Tech Hub Hudson’s newest coworking member Vince Marchetti. He is a software developer who enjoys the flexibility of being a contract worker but decided it was time to branch out and try coworking as a chance of pace from a home office.
Coworking spaces are viable options for entrepreneurs and/or remote workers to socialize within a professional environment while staying on task. However, the key factor for coworking spaces is location, pure and simple.
Tech Hub Hudson’s coworking members Anouk and Rachel are remote employees for a logistics company located in Kirkland, Ohio. Anouk, a Hudson resident, accepted her position because the organization allows her to work remotely. Our venue is the ideal location for Anouk as it’s only five minutes from her home.
Rachel was brought on in May 2017 to help Anouk with her increasing coding workload. As a resident of Wadsworth, Rachel is thrilled to commute just 35 minutes to THH rather than an hour and a half to the company’s headquarters.
Tech Hub Hudson’s latest coworking member is Blake Miner of iCompute Consulting. He is a software developer and consultant who works with Jon-Erik Chandler on a part-time basis to create custom software for mid-sized businesses who are not leveraging technology well or, in some cases, not at all.
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Coworking spaces are like an office but without the politics. Shared workspaces enable a worker to convey a professional bearing and much needed socialization from time to time. However, it is up to each worker to be as productive as possible by being disciplined and taking control to stay productive in a coworking space