122. Mike Kriel, CEO of Launch Workplaces on Patience, Management Agreements and the Value of Incubating Tenants
Welcome to the Everything Coworking Podcast episode number 122!
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Today’s guest is Mike Kriel, CEO of Launch Workplaces with locations in the greater Baltimore, Washington DC area
We talk about:
The story of how Mike got into coworking.
What Mike’s business look like today - number of locations, business models (service agreements, management agreements).
Mike’s ideal customer and who Launch Workplaces serves best.
Mike’s creative deal structures with landlords - i.e., service agreements and management agreements.
The value of Launch Workplaces as an ecosystem and the organic tenant growth Mike has seen over the years.
The advice Mike would give to a building owner thinking about becoming an owner AND an operator.
The advice MIke would give to an operator looking to partner with building owners in their own market.
Resources mentioned in this Podcast:
Mike Kriel on LinkedIn
Reach out to Mike at email@example.com
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