April 15, 2019
The company is bringing its coworking pilot to more locations since it first unveiled the concept in August 2018.
As CSA reports, Office Depot first launched its coworking pilot in the Los Gatos store in California; most recently, it has brought its Workonomy Hub coworking spaces to stores at Lake Zurich in Illinois and Irving in Texas.
Each store’s “dedicated coworking space” provides “a range of options” including private offices, conference rooms, dedicated desks and daily drop-ins. Customers will be granted access to a variety of services, among them “mailing, shipping, marketing, printing, concierge services, tech support and more.”
Other benefits will also be available to members, such as “exclusive access to events, speaking engagements, and other networking opportunities hosted at the space.”
“Coworking spaces are a natural extension of our retail stores and are the latest example of our company’s transformation from a traditional office products retailer to a broader business services and solutions provider,” said Kevin Moffitt, Executive VP, Chief Retail Officer for Office Depot. “Office Depot remains dedicated to providing small- to medium-sized business customers with the products and services they need to run and grow their businesses from affordable private and shared workspaces to office and technology supplies to on-site IT support.”
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