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The Groundwork Blog

Maja Bacon: Elevating the standards of vacation rental styling

By Raelyn Couto | July 1, 2024

Now that I’ve found Groundwork, I’m so happy to be able to settle into a bit more of a routine. I love heading into the flex space in Fall River and setting up for a few focused hours of work.

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What’s new in social media?: Five trends that matter

By Raelyn Couto | June 26, 2024

Overly curated feeds are a thing of the past. Consumers are craving authenticity and some humor. Don’t be afraid to put more personality into your brand voice and start experimenting with more lighthearted content. Showing up as your authentic self will lead to building more connections within your online community.

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Why startups and small businesses love coworking spaces

By Raelyn Couto | June 12, 2024

In today’s constantly changing business world, startups and small businesses often find themselves seeking spaces that offer more than just a desk and a chair. Coworking spaces like Groundwork offer an ideal solution. These spaces have gained popularity for good reason: they provide a supportive system where entrepreneurs can grow and thrive.

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Meet EforAll’s Newest Additions: Krysten and Roshalene

By Raelyn Couto | June 3, 2024
Eforall team

“I work with our entrepreneurs as they go through the accelerator program, but my work days are never “typical”. We are out in the community, visiting sites, promoting the program, attending events…there’s always something different going on!”

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Conscious Coworking: Practical Operations with Sustainability in Mind

By Korie Ellis - St. Pierre | May 29, 2024
Sustainability: dishware and water refill station

As a coworking space, we do our best to operate with sustainability in mind. Doing so promotes an environmentally-friendly culture that resonates with members and guests and encourages them to follow suit. It also attracts eco-conscious individuals from different industries and businesses, which furthers our sustainable culture.

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Can you take clients in a coworking space?

By Raelyn Couto | May 15, 2024

Coworking spaces are great for individual productivity, but can members take clients in the space? The short answer is yes, however there are some key considerations to ensure a smooth experience for both you and your clients.

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Ana Harris: Using color and style as tools towards empowerment

By Korie Ellis - St. Pierre | May 1, 2024

“I am lucky that I have an amazing community that is willing to help. I am grateful for everyone that has been incredibly supportive to me.”

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Meet the Artists: Barbara Healy and Robin Nunes

By Korie Ellis - St. Pierre | May 1, 2024
Artist spotlight/duo-art show

“I love being part of the local artist community. I paint with a wonderful plein air Westport Art Group Thursday mornings in nice weather. I like sharing ideas with other artists and learning from them. Being part of an organization like South Coast Artists with so many professional, successful artists has really pushed me to be a better artist.”

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Silent Book Club & the value of reading alone, together

By Nicole Cosme | April 30, 2024
silent book club gathering

“Silent Book Club (SBC) is a global community of readers and introverts, with more than 500 chapters in 50 countries around the world led by local volunteers. SBC members gather in public at bars, cafes, bookstores, libraries, and online to read together in quiet camaraderie.”

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How to build an inclusive online community (and why it matters)

By Raelyn Couto | April 24, 2024

Being inclusive within your communities on and offline fosters a sense of belonging, respect, and empowerment among users. When prioritized, it leads to more meaningful interactions, increased community engagement, and a greater sense of connection.

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