Small Business- New Social Network Is a Lot Like LinkedIn, Only Actually Useful

If you are a small (and I mean small) business and need what a medium business has in-house or need to just be with others like yourself, this might be for you. I'm seriously considering joining as I have been thinking about getting my business off the ground myself but I need people around me who I can learn from. 

Seriously, this is pretty cool. 

WeWork is red hot. Offering co-working spaces where startups and freelancers can feel like they’re part of something larger, it’s valued at $1.5 billion, and it’s on track to triple membership within the next 12 months.

But it wants more. On Monday, the four-year-old company expanded its large and growing footprint even further with a new social network. It’s called WeWork Commons, and it could rival LinkedIn—except it might actually be useful.

The goal is to bring the experience of working in WeWork’s physical offices to anyone, anywhere. It’s an online service where members—many of them entrepreneurs and tech workers—can trade stories and advice with other members, find local events, rent workspace, and get access to discounted business services. This is the kind of stuff WeWork’s more than 15,000 tenants have had access to all along. Now, the company is opening it up to thousands, if not millions more. 

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