I would suggest try to see this as an opportunity and the competitor not as
a treat but potential coworker. The world is big enough for 2 companies
even they have the same idea.

On Feb 2, 2018 14:39, "Ivo" <i...@getalbert.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Our startup team has been a member of a co-working space in central London
> for a year.
> Our ambition has always been to build up a team there, be a member of a
> community, and have a longer-term recognised place for our company.
>
> Now, the co-working space has on-boarded a direct competitor into the
> community.
> Their response is they will not do anything about it.
>
> It makes our situation unmanageable:
> 1. We cannot discuss our work in the co-working space and the community
> anymore.
> 2. Our team cannot engage with the community (which is a perk for people
> joining a startup team)
> 3. Our investors and partners raise serious questions about the situation.
>
> The current situation cannot hold and will force us to leave if nothing
> changes.
>
> In our view, this situation is very unfair.
> Our team has done nothing wrong and because of an error by the co-working
> team, we are forced out.
>
> Does anyone have an idea how to go about this?
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thank you.
> Ivo
>
>
>
>
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