An interesting trend we’re seeing is business incubators offering coworking options, and at the same time coworking facilities are offering incubator-like services. The overlap is being driven by the growing number of early stage companies that are boostrapping, and/or distributed, and/or virtual, and/or outsource almost everything. These firms do not need or want to incur the costs associated with traditional office space. . . .Business incubators have noticed this shift and are starting to offer “incubator-light” spaces that look a lot like coworking spaces. An example is Seedspace, part of Georgia Tech‘s Advanced Technology Development Center.
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