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Workzones Celebrates International Co-Working Week with Free Offers for Local Business Community

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Santa Barbara’s newest office concept, workzones, offers contemporary careerists a chance to join it in recognizing the International Co-Working Week through Saturday. The local business encompasses the spirit of working together year-round with its shared workspace services, but for this week only it is offering the community a chance to try workzones for free.

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Santa Barbara welcomes new office concept with workzones

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Want to work downtown? Join the club. Paseo Nuevo is now home to Santa Barbara’s first co-working club. The central location is the ideal venue for workzones, a new member-based shared workplace for work-from-home professionals, entrepreneurs and small business owners. The club recently leased 4,927 sf of office space on the second floor of 351 Paseo Nuevo.

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Grand Opening T-Shirt Design Contest

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Calling all designers to join us for our First Edition workzones T-shirt Design contest! The Grand Prize winner will receive $100 cash prize and a free 3-month Standard membership valid from April 5, 2013 to July 3, 2013. Winner will be announced at the workzones Santa Barbara co-working club Grand Opening celebration.

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Grand Opening Celebration

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Our first workzones coworking club in downtown Santa Barbara officially celebrated its Grand Opening on April 4, 2013. In addition to a well-attended ribbon cutting ceremony sponsored by the Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce, the event included free professional head shots by professional photographer…

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Co-working Defined

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Co-working is working independently in a shared work space. It differs from the typical office environment because the people are usually self-employed or remote workers. Co-working facilities also attract professionals that have home offices or travel a lot, and are seeking to improve their productivity.

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