Five WeWork members you need to know

Love beauty products? Then you’ll want to know more about Soko Glam, which recently sponsored its second annual Pop-Up Charity Sale at WeWork Nomad. All the featured products were handpicked by co-founder Charlotte Cho, author of The Little Book of Skincare. All proceeds benefitted Caring Kind, a nonprofit focused on Alzheimer’s and dementia.

WeWork Paddington member Jamie Gray recently had a brush with royalty. His company Buddy Burst―creator of eco-friendly promotional products―partnered with the global charity INTBAU by giving out its signature Seed Sticks at the organization’s World Congress. After the event, Gray was invited to present the product to the Prince of Wales at his private residence, Clarence House. Charles, founder of INTBAU, is a big fan of sustainable products.

Based in Denver’s WeWork Union Station, Inversoft has launched Passport, a modern identity and user management system. Passport helps manage features such as login, registration, security, password management, and more, helping free up developers to focus on their core product. Congratulations, Inversoft!

In Montreal, WeWork Place Ville Marie member James Stephan-Usypchuk of JSU Solutions knew that 2016 was going to be a big year for his company, but he didn’t realize just how good. When they tallied the numbers, revenue for the digital marketing agency specializing in Facebook ads had grown 450% over the previous year. He wrote about his company’s tremendous growth―and what he learned from it―in this article on LinkedIn.

Vimbly, an activity booking platform based at WeWork Empire State, just launched its iOS app. Use it to find out the latest and greatest things to do in NYC.

Photo by Lauren Kallen

I was fortunate enough to attend this year’s South by Southwest in Austin, and experience everything from tacos to Topo Chico—but my favorite thing was seeing the variety of WeWork members represented at the festival. Chameleon Cold Brew—maker of an incredibly refreshing cold brew coffee—was featured alongside donut milkshakes, slow-mo cameras, and social media insights […]

Emily Keeton says that once you are diagnosed with cancer, you’re suddenly part of a community. At first you need a shoulder to lean on. Later on, you’re the one supporting others. “I still get calls every few weeks,” says Keeton, a breast cancer survivor. “They need someone to refer them to doctors, tell them […]

Members across the country enjoyed a mood-boosting break while listening to ‘Originals,’ an exclusive album of the artist’s previously unreleased recordings