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Coworking Visa Map Empowers Travelling Professionals with Access to Workspace All Around the World

Online tool curated by The Network Hub makes it easy for their members to find and contact other coworking spaces around the world, allowing members to book up to three days of workspace for free

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/19/14 -- The Coworking Visa Program grants active members of any one coworking space in the network with access to any of the other coworking spaces in the network at no additional charge. The Network Hub, a recognized leader in coworking, remote working and small business solutions in the Greater Vancouver area, has now curated and launched the Coworking Visa Map to provide freelancers and digital nomads with a simple and easy way to find participating coworking spaces anywhere in the world.

The Coworking Visa Map, which can be accessed at CoworkingVisaMap.com, consists of two main features. First, a fully interactive map is located at the top of the page where visitors can pan, scroll and zoom in to discover a participating coworking space in the destination of their choosing. Each location is indicated with a photo marker which, when clicked, will display the name of the coworking space and provide links for the corresponding website and directions.

Below the map is a full listing of all the coworking spaces that currently participate in the Coworking Visa Program, organized into five main geographic regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific. For each listing, the name of the coworking space is provided, along with the website URL and a link for directions.

"We recognize that many entrepreneurs and remote workers still need the comforts of a great coworking space, even when they're on the road," said The Network Hub co-founder Jay Catalan. "With the Coworking Visa Program, it is easier than ever to stay connected and stay productive from just about anywhere in the world. We created CoworkingVisaMap.com so digital nomads can quickly and conveniently find the coworking space that they need, no matter where their business may take them."

Over 100 coworking spaces in North America are a part of the Coworking Visa Program, including spaces in such cities as Montreal, Cambridge, Philadelphia, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Toronto and Vancouver. Internationally, participating locations can be found everywhere from Buenos Aires to Prague, Saudi Arabia to New Delhi.

Terms may vary from space to space, so travelling freelancers and professionals are encouraged to contact the individual locations ahead of their arrival for any clarification. A coworking visa is included with membership to The Network Hub.

About The Network Hub:

The Network Hub offers a range of options to meet different working styles, including coworking, private offices, hotdesking, meeting room and event space rentals and virtual office solutions. With locations in Vancouver, New Westminster and Whistler, The Network Hub strives to provide a calm and inspiring workspace where entrepreneurs can connect, create and collaborate on new and exciting opportunities.

Contacts:
The Network Hub
Jay Catalan
Co-Founder
(604) 767-8778
[email protected]

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