We spoke to members across Chicago’s six WeWork spaces to see how coworking impacts businesses, from nonprofits and law firms to multinational enterprises.
Worry Less, Think More
Cynthia McCafferty at Hawthorne Strategy Group, a marketing firm, gets business done at WeWork Grant Park. The best part about WeWork for her? Not worrying about little things.
Bigger Office Space When You Need It
Scott Holloway, general manager at grocery delivery company Instacart, knows WeWork can keep up with his company’s growing pains. He’s seen firsthand how quickly WeWork can customize spaces to help businesses grow.
Break Down the Walls Between Businesses
Mike Asem and Victor Gutwein of venture capital firm M25 ditched walled-off offices at WeWork Kinzie, the new home base for the company’s employees, to more easily connect with their community.
Designed for the Whole You
Tricia Meyer of Meyer Law has five kids at home and a law firm to run in two cities. To balance it all, she counts on WeWork to help her keep it simple.
When Networking is a Built-In Feature
For Wanda Ramirez, making new business connections is a critical part of her job at Rebuilding Together Metro Chicago. Now she and her colleagues are based in Chicago’s WeWork State Street, where every day becomes a networking event.
Business Needs Evolve — So Should Your Workspace
Ticketmaster’s Brendan Lynch works at a dynamic company, and the types of workspaces he needs change from day to day. The ticket sales and distribution service found a solution at WeWork Fulton Market in Chicago.
Get Excited to Go to Work
Greg Jumes of Victor Tech didn’t vibe with the lackluster feel of other spaces he worked in. Now Jumes, the founder of a platform to help veterans transition to civilian life, has employees based in Chicago’s WeWork National Building, and he’s excited to come to a smartly designed office.