A co-working pass, similar to fitness-oriented ClassPass, is coming to Denver and bringing with it the flexibility to jump between co-working spaces.
The company, entitled Deskpass, chose Denver as its third market after establishing the service in Los Angeles and Chicago.
“Denver is one of the highest per-capita shared office markets in the world,” Craig Baute of Creative Density told BusinessDen. “Plus, with Colorado being such a large state, and with ski season coming up, workers tend to be a lot more mobile.”
Deskpass members can visit participating co-working spaces up to eight times per month for $99. Unlimited passes go for $199 per month, though members can only visit the same co-working space five times in the same month, BusinessDen reported.
Deskpass primarily targets workers interested in joining a co-working space, but not quite ready to commit to a single one.
“People will be on Deskpass and bounce around for a few months,” Baute told BusinessDen. “And they’ll find a place they like the most, or they just realize they’re using one space more than all of the others.”
The company also looks to partner with large corporations that are shopping for flexible options for offsite teams of workers, according to BusinessDen.
Creative Density, Shift Workspaces, Thrive Workplace, Assembly, Atomic20 in Boulder, The Armory in Loveland and The Articulate in Fort Collins have all signed on to participate
Baute, who is leading Deskpass efforts in Colorado, would like to launch the service after 15 to 20 shared office spaces have signed on. Eventually the company aspires to work with about 50 percent of co-working spaces in the state.
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