Craig has been performing market feasibility and business modeling projections for commercial real estate developers and coworking entrepreneurs since 2014.
He has worked on over 3 dozen coworking projects throughout the US, Asia, and Central America. As a consultant for larger spaces, he understands what makes cities adopt coworking faster than others, trends in office allocations, and alternative business models that have succeeded.
Since 2010, he has been an owner and operator of coworking spaces in Canada and the US. He started his coworking spaces to be a hub for the local community and believes that coworking spaces can be an economic driver for small to medium-sized cities, encouraging and empowering people to take remote jobs. His passion is in helping new spaces open successfully in order to help spread the coworking mission.
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I collaborated with Craig on at least a few occasions, including paid engagements, initial advisory consultations, and general sharing of industry best practices across nearly a decade with me. He provides solidly unique assessments of the industry, having been very active fellow operators and being a leader himself. Honestly, he surprised me with his quantitative analysis of market feasibilities, then - oh wait - he has an MBA, too! Craig does not overtly brandish his knowledge and skills, but visibly practices what he preaches.
Jerome Chang, CODAspaces, BLANKSPACES
May 20, 2020