Industrious is redefining the coworking experience for businesses from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Many well-known companies like Twitter, Verizon, and Pfizer trust and use Industrious.
Two childhood friends, Jamie Hodari and Justin Stewart started Industrious in 2013 based on their idea to solve a challenge they both faced. As members of different coworking spaces, they found more business success meeting clients outside their offices, such as in hotel lobbies or coffee shops. Thus, Industrious was born, which combined the flexibility of coworking spaces with the professionalism of a Fortune 500 company.
Industrious saw immediate success from day one. Its first location in Chicago received over 600 applications for the company's available 60 spots. Industrious has since expanded across the United States to more than 100 locations.
Industrious provides working spaces for individuals and companies across various spectrums. You can get a private office for yourself, suites for your team, or brand-able office spaces for large teams. Additionally, Industrious also offers the following:
As a business owner, you know that some coworking spaces may offer an executive suite, but they may not provide much interaction with other members. And other workspace designs may encourage collaboration, but they may also be noisy and distracting. Industrious understands these traditional workspace designs and instead offers a radical shift away from them by combining the best of both spaces: executive suites and coworking spaces.
According to its co-founder, Jamie Hodari:
"Industrious began as an experiment to see what would happen if a company brought high-end, hotel-quality hospitality to the workplace. ... I believed that treating the office as a hospitality product ... could help create happier, more engaging, more fulfilling workplaces. ..."
Additionally, an Industrious membership gives you access to any of the company's workspace in 100+ locations, including 50 U.S. cities, London, Manchester, and Singapore.