Vibe Coworks Community Manager, Amber Sallay, reflects on all that she is thankful for at Vibe this holiday season.
Vibe Coworks members now enjoy reciprocal access to best-in-class workspace in over 40 cities worldwide. POULSBO, Washington (September 28, 2023)—Vibe Coworks, the largest shared workspace and coworking community in Seattle’s West Sound region, announced today that the company has joined The League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (LExC). A coalition of more than 35 coworking brands that collectively operates more than 150 […]
Applications are now open for the inaugural five-month program designed to help current and aspiring small business owners accelerate the growth of their ventures POULSBO, Washington (January 18, 2023)—Today, Vibe Coworks and Kitsap Bank announced the launch of Matchstick Lab—a dynamic, high-touch entrepreneurial hub for current and emerging startup founders and small business owners from […]
As we do our best to pause (!) and reflect this week, I’m struck by a podcast I listened to a few weeks back that hits on the heart of the very thing that makes this place we call Vibe so phenomenally impactful: the power of tiny interactions.
Introvert, extrovert or ambivert, social connections matter, even if it’s little more than a passing hello shared with someone outside of our family over the office coffee pot. In fact, social connections are the root of all that I am thankful for at Vibe this year.
The community here at Vibe is pretty dang special and, while we all contribute to building that community up, it takes a team of rockstar people who truly love the space, the people in it, and forging new connections between them so the community can thrive and grow in exceptional ways.
You don’t need us to tell you the myriad of ways that COVID19 has changed how organizations meet, retreat and collaborate with their team.
Ever heard someone say that the people here at Vibe are the coworkers they’ve always wanted? It’s true!
The season of giving is upon us! After the past year-plus of craziness, there’s never been a better time to reach out to those around us, show each other we care, and support one another and support the small businesses and organizations that make up our local communities.
Here’s the thing about supporting local: sometimes people really don’t know where to start. Or they think they do, but they’re not actually supporting local business and startups in the way that could be most impactful to that company’s growth and long term success.
I did a thing last month: I stepped on a plane, flew across the country, and attended an industry conference for the first time in two years.
This week, the Pacific Northwest B Corp community gathered together to celebrate business as a force for good.