I'd recommend that a few of your members or potential members go to lunch 
with a few of the employees of the agency. See if the chemistry is good and 
go from there.
Angel

On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 6:54:58 AM UTC-6, Clive Walker wrote:
>
> I'm considering opening a coworking space where the landlord is a web 
> design agency who work in an adjacent office. The offices are separate but 
> the communal areas, kitchen, entrance, meeting room will be shared. 
>
> Initially, I thought this would be great because of friendly landlord and 
> potential for 'synergy'. However, a couple of people have raised concerns 
> about this, particularly if clients were to move from agency to coworking 
> freelancer or vice versa, and have said that the agency might be looking 
> for 'cheap labour'. I'm not sure they are but it's a concern some people 
> have.
>
> Does anyone have any experience of this type of arrangement? If yes, how 
> is it working?
>
> Many thanks for any suggestions, comments, advice.
>
>
>

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