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CoWorkers Opens New Community Brainstorm Room in Wilmette






    Wilmette, IL – July 22, 2017- CoWorkers, a shared office space and networking place in the heart of Wilmette, will debut a new featured space during Wilmette Summerfest the weekend of July 22-23. The space, named the “Community Brainstorm Room,” is open to both members and non-members looking for a space to collaborate […]

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CoWorkers Madness – March 16 & 17, 2017






The NCAA College Basketball Tournament starts on Thursday, March 16. We are helping kick it off at CoWorkers with two days of CoWorkers Madness.   On Thursday, March 16th and Friday, March 17th (also St. Pat’s Day), members and non-members are welcome to join us at CoWorkers to work (bring your laptop to get on our […]

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Who works at CoWorkers? Get a feel for a few of our members here.






CoWorkers Wilmette was established as “another place to work.” A space from the distractions of a home office or coffee shop. A break from the long commute into the city. A place to work and grow and meet other area professionals. Since opening in 2003, it’s become so much more than a space – it’s a […]

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Talented entrepreneur and charter CoWorker member, Scott Holstein






In this member highlight, meet entrepreneur and Charter Member (our first member!), Scott Holstein   Introducing the first ever member of CoWorkers, Scott Holstein. Scott currently juggles many things and no day is the same. His current roles include founder and CEO of Industry Juice, and Business Development and Operations Advisor for Twistworks, LLC. There he acts […]

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Wilmette Summerfest Activities at CoWorkers






We are ready to rock Wilmette Summerfest at CoWorkers this Friday and Saturday. We always have a great time at this event showing off our space, having fun with the community and talking about how CoWorkers improves our members’ work/life balance.   We have a lot going on this year including:   Tours of CoWorkers — Free […]

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Natural Creative Writer and Dynamic Team Player, Sylvia McGreal






In this member highlight, meet Marketing Communications Specialist, Sylvia McGreal Sylvia McGreal is the Marketing Communications Specialist at American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), a non-profit organization that oversees physician board certification in the United States. Sylvia grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin and got her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Speech from Marquette University.   […]

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Countless hours and dollars saved, Michael Clarke






Get to know Managing Partner at TalentStew Michael Clarke   Michael is a partner in an Executive Recruitment and IT Staffing firm servicing the Midwest region. Before finding CoWorkers, Michael was in the midst of launching TalentStew with corporate headquarters in Elgin however, with a long commute, he decided it was time to look for […]

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Meet PR Pro, Mia Sachs






Get to know Mia Sachs freelance PR specialist    Mia has worked in PR for much of her life. She works remotely primarily for clients in San Francisco and has built a strong reputation for herself. However, once she started a family she knew she needed to find a workplace away from home to stay […]

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Freelance creative extraordinaire, Tom Blandford






In this member highlight, meet writer, director, producer and actor, Tom Blandford   Tom majored in business at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Afterward, he moved to Chicago which led to careers in creative writing and acting. Tom is always creating content so finding somewhere he could be productive was key.   He used […]

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CoWorkers Brings Business People Together in Downtown Wilmette






Originally published Thursday, April 27, 2016 in the Wilmette Beacon By: Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter Balancing a full-time job with full-time family responsibilities is never an easy task. Add to that a daily commute, and it can often seem that there just simply aren’t enough hours in the day.   George Rafeedie, of Wilmette, faced this […]

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