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Author: Venus Dean-Bullinger    Posted: August 3, 2015

As you may know, Rapport Benefits Group puts on educational seminars throughout the year.  Well at our last “Affordable Care Act Update” seminar we had a new startup company attend by the name of Coterie (A stylish lounge that performs like an office).  I called to thank them for coming and learned a bit more about Coterie.  It’s kinda like an upscale, on call office space, restaurant/coffee shop/bar, all rolled up into one!

I know it sounds crazy, but think about it.  Think about how often you are trying to decide on a meeting place for you and your clients.  The Coterie gives you  a new option:

  • Unlimited access to lounge and flexible workspaces
  • Member discounts in their café and bar
  • Exclusive access to private booths
  • Priority booking of conference rooms and workspace

Oh, and the monthly Lounge Membership is much less than renting a full office space!  I know I get tired of meeting at Starbucks all the time….nothing against Starbucks, but what a nice option to have for an “Office on the Go”.

A few other perks that Coterie offers:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Printing Service
  • Business Address
  • Storage

You don’t receive those perks at Starbucks!

So…. I know you probably want to know more about this exciting new space that will open in September of 2015, so please take a look at their website below:

coterieworklounge.com

Here’s wishing Coterie good luck with their new awesome venture!  By the way it’s in Seattle, and we can’t wait until they expand into the South Sound.





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