The Croixstone team looks forward to celebrating with 2018’s “CFO of the Year Finalists” at the Charlotte Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Awards this evening. Congrats to Ryland Beard of Clean Juice, Tod Creech of Edifice Inc, Jessica Dorsett of Siemens, Dan Gotte of ImagineSoftware, Steve Hennen (formerly of DyStar), Steve Klueg of Wastequip, Richard Linneman of Carolina Water Service Inc. of North Carolina, Alex Pease of CommScope, Richard Russell of #FuelSportsManagementGroup, Cass Ward of Spiracle Media, Joel Wilhite of AvidXchange, Inc., Mark Zeidman of Roundpoint Mortgage Servicing, and Jean Zoutewelle of WFAE – University Radio Foundation, Inc.
The Queen City is continuing to see the growth of coworking space. The coworking concept, paying for access to private and shared workspace, was initially fueled by the rise in mobile technology and the gig economy. More recently, the coworking trend expanded in the corporate and commercial real estate market, with more than one million people worldwide expected to be working in coworking spaces by the end of 2017.
Coworking spaces come in all shapes and sizes and represent the antithesis of yesterday’s corporate offices. With an estimated 14,000 spaces around the world, the spaces are shared by corporate teams, small businesses, tech workers, creatives, entrepreneurs, and more who are looking for the flexibility to be able to expand and add office space as they grow.
Learn more about the coworking trend below: