Coworking in Austin has arrived.
Welcome to our coworking home! In fact, we think it might be the first coworking standalone house in the nation. Either way, this place oozes community, and we’d love to have you be a part of it. Come visit us and we’ll give you a tour.
kind of a big deal
Conjunctured has been featured in Mashable, TechCrunch, MSNBC, ZDnet, KXAN NBC, Austin American Statesman, Austin Business Journal, and numerous blogs.More
vibe of a coffeeshop + comfort of a home + resources of an office
Everything's included in your membership: business class wi-fi, super high quality espresso & coffee, color laser printer, and everything else you need in an office. Also, each room has its own personality. Simply find a room that meshes well with your vibe of the moment, bring out your laptop and set up shop!More
community of collaboration
With a focus on friendships, we're able to openly help and support eachother in our professional endeavors. Get feedback on a new logo, present your company at one of our weekly "Help a Coworker Out" gatherings, listen to a local expert at one of our "Lunch & Learns" or find a new partner or contractor for your latest project.
"networking" is dead
You don't walk into Conjunctured and slap down your business card. In fact, most members don't even have each other's cards. The vibe is, "let's be facebook friends first, then let's work together to make a million bucks!"
it all started with
Dusty led Jelly in Austin, a movement of mobile workers organizing together to meet in coffee shops, where he met David, John, and Cesar. The coworking community quickly grew until each Jelly meeting was packed with attendance, causing the four of them to ask each other, "now, what?" After a community survey, group painting effort, and some plastic tables, Austin's first home for coworking was officially born.