Michael Hoffman commented on Home for the Thinkers: I like this business model. It eliminates barriers to the pursuit of one's entrepreneurial (or, for that matter, educational) aspirations. And, it eliminates the unnecessary expense of office/work space, which frees up resources to be focused on the core... moreI like this business model. It eliminates barriers to the pursuit of one's entrepreneurial (or, for that matter, educational) aspirations. And, it eliminates the unnecessary expense of office/work space, which frees up resources to be focused on the core of a business idea. The benefit to be derived from a free exchange of ideas among enthusiastic entrepreneurs has great potential for mutual benefit and has no limit. The space is clean, modern, inviting and multi-level (e.g., open and public, private office, presentation venue). Although the video was not in English, it held my attention and I understood what was being presented at an intuitive level. The scalability would seem to be in replication in multiple locations and, perhaps, franchising of a legally protected concept. less
I am a full professor of Taxation in the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University. With no real agenda, I have included sustainability considerations in my personal life for several years. With the existential challenges faced by society, expanding awareness of sustainability concepts is no longer just an intellectual exercise. I hope that participating in Aim2flourish will help bring attention to positive and inspirational contributions to sustainability being undertaken by business worldwide.
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