Indiegrove wins 2018 Coworker Members’ Choice Award!
Jersey City, NJ (Thursday, May 10th 2018) — Indiegrove announced it has been recognized as the winner of the 2018 Coworker Members’ Choice Award for Jersey City. Members’ Choice award winners were determined based on the thousands of reviews, votes and opinions collected in a single year from coworking space members worldwide.
“Thank you to all of our members for voting, writing reviews and being part of our amazing community! We are truly honored and grateful. We are so proud of the diversity and vibrancy of our community. We promise to continue to provide the services and support entrepreneurs and independent professionals need to be successful and will never stop improving and growing. We are committed to the long term success of our members, Jersey City and the larger economy,” said Zahra Amanpour, Founder of Indiegrove.
“Coworker is excited to announce the winners of the 2018 Members’ Choice Awards and celebrate the coworking spaces around the world that are making an impact in their community”, said Leanne Beesley, CEO of Coworker. “By putting a spotlight on coworking spaces that are providing a great environment and creating a community for their members, Coworker gives coworking spaces both large and small the ability to shine and attract new members.”
Entrepreneurs and independent professionals do not conform to one way of thinking, nor should the space they work in. Our workspace, meeting rooms and events are designed to provide you the environment you need to work harder and happier.
Indiegrove is committed to being a hub for entrepreneurship by advocating for entrepreneurs, supporting their businesses and connecting them with other like-minded people. We provide the space and community they need to be successful.
The holiday season is here and the stream of emails, ads, messages, mail and events centered around appreciation, good wishes and reflection are pouring in. I love this time of year. It brings the things that matter front of mind and reminds me why I became an entrepreneur. Like every business owner I want my business to succeed. I love to build things. The prospect of creating something special out of nothing is exhilarating and I feed off the energy that it produces. Those reasons give me what I need to put in the hours, sweat and tears needed to push something forward. But none of those reasons was my reason for becoming an entrepreneur. I became an entrepreneur because I want freedom. I want to choose my days. I want my days and nights to be in harmony. I want my values to hold in every conversation and action I take. I want to live my why. It’s a mindset, a lifestyle. A way of looking at the world and realizing that you can have a say in it. So when I sit around my loved ones and laugh about things, eat too much food and feel happy, it doesn’t make me want to slow down. It is time for reflection, but it also a time for action. I focus and redirect myself and my business and get ready to stay even truer to my purpose next year. I can barely sit still with the ideas flowing in and can’t find enough time in the day to organize them all. This is something I’ve found to be true amongst those of us who live this lifestyle. When everyone else is slowing down, we take the positive energy, slower inboxes and extra calories to create, build and change the world.
Here’s to another purposeful holiday season!
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