Having a space - and a community - that can provide all the services needed for a creative to launch a business idea has always been part of our core vision here at Social House. When House member Rebecca of Phairis Luxury needed to rebrand, create a website, and get photography for her new product line, Francesca of Coco Prop Shop pulled a team of fellow members together to make it happen. Michelle of Luxe Lara Design & Marketing created a beautiful new logo and website, and Emily of The Hip Suburban modeled the new collection to perfection right here in our Front Studio. Collaborations like these are the perfect illustration of how the House provides so much more than a desk.
Social House is so much more than a workspace. Many "desk and chair" needs could be fulfilled by a home office, a traditional workspace or even a local coffee shop; what you'd be missing is like-minded community. Working around and making connections with people in complementary industries leads to targeted referrals and creative collaboration opportunities, which in turn lead to increased business and (just as important) more interesting, fulfilling projects. It's something we talk about a lot, so I figured it was time to prove it with our new blog series: a peek into collabs with roots here in the House.
It takes a village... especially on a farm
I'm not sure how many coworking spaces have a mix of members with the abilities to put on an event from soup to nuts, but I'm really glad we're one of them. Events like January's Farm Supper at Kai Kai Farm in Indiantown take a lot of talent, cooperation and hard work to pull off - and pull it off they did. Beautifully. Here's a glimpse of the supper thanks to the photographic talent that is House member Libby Vision. I can't wait for the next one!