Boston Herald: Coworking Spaces Went Virtual, but Many Miss the Face-to-Face

Coworking spaces — shared workplaces — allow members to rent out desks, offices or suites and typically offer amenities like free high-speed internet, office supplies and coffee. What makes coworking spaces attractive isn’t just the cost-savings but also the innovative environments they cultivate.

Some have attempted to capture the benefits of these business incubators online with mixed results. And as social-distancing requirements stretch on, many in the startup community fear that a generation of entrepreneurs is being denied an essential ingredient of success: each other.

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