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Tony Bacigalupo of New Work City on the Disruptive Rise of Coworking

Tony Bacigalupo

The model of salaried employees working in offices is slowly shifting, says Tony Bacigalupo. And he’s accelerating that shift as mayor of New Work City, a coworking space in (you guessed it) New York City.

When he’s not coworking, Bacigalupo is out and about in the NYC tech scene helping organize meetups, Barcamps, TEDx, and Girl Develop It: low-cost technical classes for women.

Bacigalupo stopped by our SXSW #StartupLife Celebration last weekend. Below, he describes the beauty of coworking, a third alternative between corporate jobs and entrepreneurship, and boldness. Watch the video featuring Tony Bacigalupo.

You can find more of this year’s coverage of the #StartupLife at SXSW here.

Editor’s Note: Thank you to Vitrue, a sponsor of our #Startuplife Celebration and Tech Cocktail’s special SXSW video series. Check out Vitrue’s live daily updates from SXSW!

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Kira M. Newman is a Tech Cocktail writer interested in the harsh reality of entrepreneurship, work-life balance, and psychology. She is the founder of The Year of Happy and has been traveling around the world interviewing entrepreneurs in Asia, Europe, and North America since 2011. Follow her @kiramnewman or contact kira@tech.co.

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7 Responses to “Tony Bacigalupo of New Work City on the Disruptive Rise of Coworking”

  1. Craig Baute

    I love the title of this article. I think a lot of people living in the coworking world like me forget that this isn't how most people work and connect with others because it's our daily routine. This titled about disruption reminds me that coworking is really changing how we connect and work with others and that we need to continue education people about this movement.

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