Fort Work front line was mentioned on this Fast Company article about models of free coworking by Jared Lindzon: http://www.fastcompany.com/3044436/hit-the-ground-running/why-these-free-coworking-spaces-in-train-stations-are-banking-on-soci The article was primarily about the freemium model of Seats2Meet, a Dutch company that offers over 300,000 seats to work at in dense parts of cities across Europe. Towards the end, I’m quoted about my... View Article
PLEDGE OF NEUTRALITY On behalf of Dallas Fort Work, I, Oren Salomon, pledge to maintain a neutral stance on gender, race, religion, age, or any other demographic factor that would exclude an individual or group of individuals from participating in an activity within our community. DEFINITIONS Neutral - demonstrating no favor or advantage to any... View Article
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For many of us, coffee is the most important “meal” of the day- it’s part of our daily routine and if we don’t have it, our whole routine is off. Below is a comprised list of Independent Coffee Shops near Fort Work, which are both easy on your wallet and taste buds. The Pearl Cup... View Article
It’s 8:30 a.m. and you’re racing out the door on your way to a meeting, as your morning checklist is running though your head. Wallet? Check. Phone? Check. Keys? Check. And as you look down to open the door to leave you see the saddest eyes staring back up at you. You know what they are saying, “Why are you leaving me?”
The Front Line program trades time for a Fort Work membership. You volunteer 1 day (approximately 10 hours) of your time per week for 6 months where you work at the Front Desk. In exchange, we give you 6 months of a Full Time membership, which include 24/7/365 access to Fort Work, a mailbox, and all the other benefits of Fort Work.