Coworking is not Dead; It’s just been Wrong

PaulAdvocacy, Development23 Comments

Think more regionally and by specialization. 2020 has frequently raised one major question, resoundingly repeated by property investors, office space owners, and coworking facilitators, “Is coworking dead??” No. Consider that it has been addressing and trying to solve the wrong problem. The flaw of co-working was that it is mostly generically applied. It’s usually just deck/office for coworkers. Some places … Read More

The Better Way Forward

PaulAdvocacy, Innovation, Venture Capital34 Comments

The economy of the United States is in distress. Our experiences in 2020 have exposed significant problems, accelerated movements, and forced social changes about health, society, and our experience with all things digital. We’re faced with a global recession and record unemployment. At this inflection point, we have an opportunity to adapt to change and to build a better future. … Read More

Culture and Buildings

John ZozzaroDevelopmentLeave a Comment

Austin has been top of mind for many in media lately.  It’s been frequently cited as the hottest places to start a business. With it’s roots in in music, film, gaming and experiences, one has to wonder what this means for the city and creative spaces both old and new. When I moved to Austin 7 months ago I started … Read More

An Industry Framework for Media Innovation

John ZozzaroAdvocacy, Development, Education, Venture CapitalLeave a Comment

A result of our early work to development MediaTech Ventures, we’ve been exploring unusual business models such as venture development and startup studios, MediaTech Ventures works to provide funding, talent, and resources at the convergence of media and technology. In our work with government, developers, non-profits, studios, investors, directors, musicians, actors, founders and more, to provide the infrastructure and access to networks that … Read More