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We've been conducting a count of coworking spaces in the US and one interesting trend is the growth in coworking facilities in mid-sized US cities and smaller towns.

We're also seeing more facilities in the deep suburbs of bigger cities.

We'll have more on this as we complete our count.


I'd be interested to see if smaller communities in the US are able to facilitate coworking as easily as their big-city counterparts.

In Australia, it's hard enough finding coworking spaces in capital cities - let alone smaller communities!

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