CO+HOOTS ranked Top 10 co-working space in the world
CO+HOOTS, a collaborative co-working space located along the light rail in downtown Phoenix, was named in the “Top 10 Co-working Spaces in the World” list by San Francisco-based company, Ubiq. Coming in at No. 9 on the list, downtown Phoenix’s first and largest co-working space was named among other spaces including California’s Hacker Lab and Berlin, Germany’s The Factory.
“Receiving recognition like this is always humbling, but it also serves as validation of the work we are doing to provide an impactful service for the local entrepreneurial community,” CO+HOOTS founder Jenny Poon said. “That positive impact not only stems from what our physical space offers but from the programs that the CO+HOOTS Foundation, our nonprofit arm, coordinates and drives.”
Ubiq named CO+HOOTS in the Top 10 list because the space is “all about collaboration within its hub community.” Check out the full list here.
Most recently, Symmetry50 ranked CO+HOOTS at No. 2 on their list of the top 100 co-working spaces in the U.S. for 2015.
“Coworking spaces play a critical role in fostering talent and innovation to build up our entrepreneurial ecosystem,” said Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton. “Phoenix is fortunate to have some of the best spaces and programs in the country, and now the world with CO+HOOTS earning this outstanding recognition.”
With over 200 member companies, a non-profit arm and a delicious café, is it any wonder CO+HOOTS made this list?