Co-working is a form of collaboration. I find it extremely useful to meet up and discuss translation and business difficulties with other translators. To that end, in June 2017 I started a regular monthly co-working meet-up in London.
To read more about co-working, please download a copy of one my articles below that were published by the ITI Bulletin and ITI Trends Book 2018.
Translators’ co-working meet-ups in London
Myself and Claire Harmer started a monthly co-working meet-up in London in June 2017. Nathalie Reis, Carolina Casado Parras and Tom Phillips have since taken over the organisation (November 2019). Please contact Carolina to join the next co-working meet up. I still attend when I can and hope to meet you there!
The office charges £14 per day, which includes WiFi and coffee, and is located near King’s Cross.
Why should we co-work?
Promoting co-working among translators (ITI Trends in Translation & Interpreting 2018) Download here
What can the best co-working offices offer?
A guide to co-working offices (© ITI Bulletin 2017) Download here
Some tips for organising a co-working day?
(publication created for the ITI Conference 2017) Download here