Thanks to the early supporters of the Coworking Handbook. Without them this manual would not have seen the light.
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Before doing the crowdfunding campaign, the book was on sale on a very simple one page webpage. the first person to jump in and support the book was a former betacoworker:
Roland Zwaga. All hail Roland!
He was followed by 12 more backers including:
Jürgen De Smet, Marina Evaristo, Marina Aubert, Tiina Vainio, Miguel Albizu, and Marc Navarro (the rest did not want to disclose their name.) A big thanks goes also to the 159 crowdfunding campaign backers on Indiegogo. They gave the strong signal needed to dedicate even more time to the project and to manage the funding for the English and Spanish editions.
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Use this web address for easy sharing:
www. coworkingmanual. com
It should be easier to remember than the loooooooong indiegogo link :)
Photo by Stefano Borghi
Last night we launched the
crowdfunding campaign for the Coworking Handbook and we have already passed the 75% of our first goal :) With this money we will be doing the professional proofreading of the book in English. We have set up a few stretch goals to be able to translate it and edit in in different management. Check the perks and support us. Hurry or pay more
We have set up a special price for the duration of the
Coworking Europe Conference. If you after tomorrow it will be more expensive. buy it Help us
We need your help to spread the word and reach as many people as possible. We want to be able to help the most coworking space managers possible in their locations and languages. Here’s a list of things that you can do to help us throughout the campaign:
Buy the book Promote this campaign among your friends and followers. Social Media are awesome, but if you can send emails or talk to the people even better. Retweet, share, and like our updates on Facebook and Twitter. Talk to journalists and online influencers about the Coworking Handbook and try to convince them to write about the campaign and the book. Talk to your school directors and teachers and local authorities to try to get them to buy loads of books. Talk to a publisher or media outlet that may want to print and distribute the book in your city/country.
This is the link for your convenient copying and pasting: