The Keystone - A Podcast For Ecosystem Builders
Episode 18: The Future of Coworking with Tony Bacigalupo
Season 2, Ep. 18
Between WeWork, Coronavirus and the rise of remote-first work, it's been a exciting year for the coworking industry. This week, we dive into the details with one of the pioneers of the industry, Tony Bacigalupo.
Show notes: https://medium.com/p/c898486d3a44
Season 2 Partners:
Startup Space: https://www.startupspace.us/
Become a Correspondent for The Keystone
Season 2.5, Ep. 4
Become a Keystone CorrespondentAs a part of our new initiative, 'DISPATCHES—From the Field', we’re looking for correspondents who are interested in sharing stories of their communities. If you are an ecosystem builder interested in telling your community's story (city, industry, etc.) you can now apply to share that story on The Keystone! Those that are accepted will attend a story telling and podcasting workshop, record a 30 minute episode, and submit it to us for final production and editing. Episodes will be released throughout our third season.If you're passionate about telling the story of your community, city, or region we'd love to connect with you and encourage you to apply below! https://forms.gle/R1jyAguuw4DF7kHU8Applications are due on October 16, 2020, at 5pm EST.
Off Season Conversations: Why Everyone Deserves the Right to Start with Victor Hwang
Season 2.5, Ep. 3
This week we're sharing our interview with Victor Hwang. That's not a typo, Victor becomes our first repeat offender! He joins the podcast to share his new focus the Right to Start initiative, a campaign to rebuild the America economy by putting entrepreneurs first. Our conversation covers how Victor decided to start this work, what the common barriers for starting a business are (and how to overcome them), and how this campaign will help to unleash entrepreneurial opportunity for everyone.
Off Season Conversations: What We Can Learn from The Startup Community Way with Ian Hathaway
Season 2.5, Ep. 2
This week we are joined by co-author of The Startup Community Way, Ian Hathaway. We discuss his background and how he first connected with Brad Feld, how The Startup Community evolved from Startup Communities, and explore key concepts from the new book.