Networking Outside Your Industry

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Health officials: Go back to wearing your masks

Larimer County health officials are strongly recommending people, whether vaccinated or not, return to wearing a mask in public indoor spaces.

The county health department announced the new recommendation Wednesday afternoon, citing Larimer County’s high level of community transmission of COVID-19’s delta variant.

Read More Here 

Additional COVID-19 Precautions


It is extremely important to us at desk chair Workspace to keep our members safe and our space clean. Coworking communities, as a service, thrive to allow professionals to have an area outside of their home or remote workplace to be productive as possible, and we want to be able to facilitate that need.

In order to help keep our facility functioning and safe, we have implemented some new changes to the building such as our new HVAC purifying system. While this may not be a feature we see on the day-to-day, it is extremely valuable to the health and well-being of our members and staff.

The pandemic has heightened all of our awareness surrounding health topics and daily activities that could put our health at risk.

Things we are doing: 


  • Blue light surface disinfector
  • Hand sanitizer dispensers
  • Sneeze guards in hot desk area
  • Mandatory maks in common areas
  • Socially distanced Dedicated Desk area
  • Motion censored lights and sinks
  • Air purifying system in the HVAC system 

Read More About Our New System And Why It Is So Important Right Now.


“GPS’ technologies are meant for “POP” The three primaiy contributors to poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are: Particulates Odor & Pathogens.

Particulates: During the GPS cleaning process, air­borne particulates (dust, pet dander, pollen) are treated and theQ drawn together increasing their size and mass. Larger particulates are more easily captured effectively increasing the efficiency of a home’s air filters.

Odor & Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs ): During the GPS cleaning process, cooking odors, pet odors and chemical odors, (like formaldehyde) are broken down into basic compounds free of any smell.

"Health has always been, and will continue to be desk chair’s main priority throughout all COVID-19 regulations and beyond."

The Team of desk chair Workspace

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Networking Outside Your Industry


You’ve done it at conventions, industry events, and alumni gatherings.

But are you getting the most out of your networking activities?

If you’re not networking outside your industry, you could be doing it more effectively. Sure, it’s great to find a mentor or trade ideas with others in your field to ensure you’re staying abreast of your field. But there’s a lot to be gained by breaking out of insular networking circles.

Professionals who build connections outside of their field enjoy several benefits. Networking Outside Your Industry

  • Visibility: Most obviously, networking outside your specialty helps keep you on the radar of customers who could use your services. Professional relationships are often the springboard to new business.
  • Collaboration: Is there anything more satisfying than being able to say, “I have a guy for that?” Networking outside your industry provides you direct access to skills and knowledge you don’t possess, and nothing makes you look more on top of your game than having the connections to wrap up a project at your fingertips.
  • New Insights: Engineers tackle problems differently than copywriters, but that doesn’t mean either way is wrong. Learn new approaches to problems – and other industries’ standard ways of moving forward – to augment your native problem-solving set.
  • Strengthen Your Social Skills: With so much shared experience, it’s easy to make connections with others in your industry. How good are you at making those instant personal relationships when you’re outside your field? Polish your relationship-building skills (pro tip: they’re also deal-closing skills) by chatting with others not so close to your comfort zone.
  • Help Others: It’s natural to think of career-oriented decisions in terms of personal benefit, but there’s an altruistic element to your networking: You’re helping others receive the same benefits. A rising tide lifting all boats and all that other stuff aside, a stronger business community (or just a sector of it), will benefit your whole network.

Looking for a great place to network? Professionals of all stripes gather at desk chair workspace. Come and make connections, or just come and get things done. We’re here to support you (and your network) however you need.

Let’s Network Together?

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