LearnCarsonispace – Rent a desk at our new coworking environment

Ryan Carson
writes on January 7, 2009

Come join us at Carsonispace! I’m really excited to announce that we’ve opened up Carsonified HQ to be a coworking environment where we have five desks available to rent.

Here’s what you get:

* Your own dedicated desk
* Free broadband
* Free coffee and tea
* A dedicated phone line with voicemail
* Use of colour printer
* 24 hour access with your own key
* Use of the meeting room
* A fun and vibrant working environment!
* A free coffee mug 🙂
* Two Carsonified Journals (if you sign up by end of Jan)


Carsonified Office Tour from Carsonified on Vimeo.

There’s only five desks at £395 per month, so I think they’ll go quick. Just shoot me an email at ryan at carsonified dot com if you’re interested!

0 Responses to “Carsonispace – Rent a desk at our new coworking environment”

  1. Normally I wouldn’t comment on posts but I felt that I had to as your writing style is actually good. You have broken down a tough area so that it easy to understand.

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  2. Jack Burton on January 13, 2009 at 4:17 pm said:

    You guys are definitely clearing some runway arent you! Nothing is actually FREE as you seem to be claiming? Your space looks a little cramped and dumpy to me. Also i feel the only idiots willing to drop 500 quid a month on a desk with you are aspiring Carsonified wannabes.

    Good luck to them.

  3. Looks interesting, we set up the same concept in Hasselt (Belgium) a few weeks ago (http://www.zuivelmarkt19.be). Our office itself is quite a bit smaller, but in my opinion the general feeling is way more comfortable/less crowded.

    Anyhow, there are very big advantages working in an environment with co-entrepreneurs, really hope this concept will become more widely accepted.

  4. Very enterprising – nice to see the desks of the employees you recently fired aren’t just gathering dust 🙂

  5. That’s a great idea, good thinking Ryan

  6. I was just reading about Hyper Island (design school in Sweden) doing this for companies… offering space within the schools creative environment for employees to work and “become inspired”. I’m all for it and hope it’s a trend that catches on!

  7. @Jaan – thanks for sticking up for us 🙂

  8. Another great idea, Ryan! If I was down in Bath, I’d jump at it like a shot.

  9. @James – I suppose you can as the contract will allow you 24 hour access. Lol.

    Great idea Carsonified! 🙂

  10. Dayumm 🙁 Looks amazing. Great offer guys! I just wished I lived a bit closer, unless your willing to let me rent out a beanbag as a bed? Hehe!

    Good luck guys and I hope i’ll be a part of the Carsonified team one day :p

    J x

  11. Oups, these didn’t make it in to my previous comment.

    Some coworking links that may be of interest.

    This wiki has lots of tips on how to start and joining a cowo space and links to spaces around the world:
    http://coworking.pbwiki.com/

    My personal favorite is http://citizenspace.us/ where I am fortunate enough to work out of on occasion.

  12. @Grant – I get the impression that despite the tough times it’s a good time to be a Carsonified employee.

    They have a boss who is smart enough to make the moves needed to keep the business a float. Renting out desks means they will get interesting new people sitting with them which brings ideas and new points of view, in addition to some money. And on top of that they work on the best events in the business.

    Why is that a bad thing?

  13. Cesar Troo on January 7, 2009 at 8:30 pm said:

    That has been done from far far time ago in Bogota. And its way more inexpensive:

    http://virtualoffices.regus.com.co/locations/CO/Bogota/BogotaWorldTradeCentre.htm?tab=pricing

  14. I tried, not succeded so far, to offer “exactly” the same down here in Geneva, Switzerland.
    We can offer also fast access to the Alps, for skiing also!

    So , thank you Carsonified, to help us as well 😉

    If someone is interested for half the price!?

    The only difference, would be the 24hours access, which would be reduced to “normal” office hours with some possible exception!

    Best, Roro, write to easygiga ((at)) gmail.com

  15. Grant Mitchell on January 7, 2009 at 7:26 pm said:

    Wow. Certainly a worrying time to be a Carsonified employee – seems to be they’re doing everything to make a quick buck fast.

  16. I just decided last night to offer this same thing out of my Green Bay office… there’s something to be said for the energy created by complementary services working next to eachother–certainly beats having empty space that isn’t being used!

    What I can’t get around is the security side of things. I mean, with 24 hour access, how do you keep “desk tenants” from messing with your equipment after hours? (I’m kind of particular about my workspace, if you can’t tell)

    btw Green Bay is in NO WAY competition for Bath… my surroundings are humble by comparison…

  17. I wish you would also have one desk for rent on daily bases, for example if someone want’s to work on something for couple days, over weekend, etc. and it needs the perfect environment 🙂

  18. Very good idea, that’s sinergy. Congratulations!

  19. Matthew Lawson on January 7, 2009 at 1:44 pm said:

    Wow, how random! I have never seen a company do this before!

    Unfortunately I see that you have glass desks and I use a infra-red mouse and a mouse mat is not included in the price. We are incompatible! :o(

  20. @Rob and @Oliver, if you actually follow that first link the details are there – it’s a month.

  21. @rob It’s £395 per month 🙂 I have now amended the post, thanks for pointing it out.

  22. Hi – Could you confirm what period the £395 covers?

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