A newly-launched Coworking Passport will grant access to 17 participating collective spaces in the city and beyond.
Participating venues include just-launched L’Atelier in Gastown and non-profit collective Creative Coworkers, as well spaces as far as Whistler and the Okanagan. Summer (work) road trip, anyone?
The passport costs $35 and gives the opportunity to try working for a day in each of the participating locations. The Coworking Passport is valid for six months from purchase, with all proceeds going to administrative costs, as well hosting an annual coworking picnic.
Here’s the full list of participating venues in Vancouver:
As well as some other venues throughout BC:
The pass coincides with Canada Coworking Week – a celebration of Vancouver’s budding coworking and freelance movement. Many of the city’s coworking spaces will put on a series of events to bring awareness and bring together like-minded entrepreneurs and small businesses.