As part of our annual editorial calendar, Technical.ly often takes a deeper look at certain topics that we cover regularly but think deserve more attention.
Each month, we publish a series of articles focused on a specific topic, including venture capital, inclusivity and sciences. This December, Technical.ly is diving into Office Trends — think coworking, company culture, workplace hacks and office amenities.
We’re currently seeking stories, so please pitch us on anything we should be covering by emailing email@example.com.
We’re exploring a few ideas that might get your creative mind going:
- Are flexible leases coming to larger private offices and not just for individual desks?
- What is the difference between coworking, incubators and accelerators?
- What are the subcultures that define our company cultures?
- How about the service industries that now provide modern office amenities?
We’ll also be showing off the most innovative offices in a special sponsored content package that will be positioned alongside December’s editorial calendar theme.
It’s a great option for companies, coworking facilities and any organization with sweet digs that wants to showcase their space to the local community. Our first features, coming soon? 1776 at Ambler Yards, and Annapolis Junction–based Asymmetrik.
Click the orange button below to get more info and see examples of the kind of content we’ll be working on.
Port Covington’s lead developer is moving to City Garage
In new Highlandtown office, Barcoding looks to the future with a nod to the past
How small changes to your office space can foster creativity among employees
How this lawyer is helping entrepreneurs bark up the right tree
Sysmex Inostics moves into bigger space near JHU medical campus
How coworking culture connects teams in unexpected ways
Maryland’s JHU APL, Sonatype among Fast Company’s ‘best workplaces for innovators’
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