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  • A co-working space where you have to co-work
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A co-working space where you have to co-work

How much co-working actually happens in co-working spaces? They might be hyped as the future of work, but more often than not they’re filled with people tapping away in silence. In Seats2Meet, you get a desk and WiFi for free, as long as you actually talk to the people around you.

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