Members Only Access

Note: Since March 27, 2020, DurangoSpace is operating on behalf  of Members only, Due to the state of Colorado Public Health Orders (PHO) included limited access, to Critical or Essential Business (Members) from March 26th through April 26th.  Since May 8th, we are operating under San Juan Basin Public Health (PHO) #20-01 “self-certification” Changes in daily operations include that we closed our meeting…

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Work Anywhere Platform

So where do you work?    Let’s look at some obvious and less obvious places.   Most of us have a “primary office” that could be formal or less formal.  This is the “first place”.   If you are in “job jail”, you probably have a range of working platforms, from the corporate cubicle to the private corner office, from a shared…

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Being Productive in Flexspace?

Yes, it’s been challenging for our Durango, CO community, our local and regional businesses, our local governments and first responders during the Covid-19 pandemic and various Public Health Orders.  Between “Stay at Home” (April 2020), “Safer at Home” (May 2020), and an extension into June 2020 by Governor Jared Polis  So how do we handle our workspace and remote working in…

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Time to Ditch your Office?

Time to Ditch your Expensive Office? So where do you work?  Some of us have a home office, others head to the traditional office and others are discovering flexible workspace, known as coworking.   So is it time to ditch your office, which is expensive and inflexible?   What does my fixed space office really cost? Well, it depends, as your…

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Working Solo? Or Smart?

Working Solo, Working Smart, Working in a Community Most independent and telecommuting professionals have a preference for working “solo” and they focus on bringing an individual approach to their client and project work.    But is the “solo” working model adequate? Can the independent worker compete just working “solo”?  In today’s uber-competitive marketplace (with expectations of higher levels of cooperation with…

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Marketing Simplified

One the biggest challenges that all self-employed professionals and micro-enterprises face is marketing.   How do I tell my/out story with a limited budget and resources.   Before we get into the tactics (for a later blog), let’s look at the three key elements of marketing and communications for business development: 1) Who is your customer?  Who is your audience?…

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DurangoSpace Opened Feb 1st!

February 1st: Very exciting first day of our soft opening.  Lot’s of great creative activity with tours, meetings, and a coffee hour for our new members and guests.   Starting new business with a new business model is a leap of faith.   We believe in Durango and our member entrepreneurs.    Thanks for all of the support!

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