HiVE Referral Program

Hey HiVE

We want to introduce something we think is exciting – A member referral program! (an admittedly lame name, but Krystal is the one who comes up with the cute names for stuff, not me….)
Anyway, here are the details – and I think you’ll like them.
For our members who pay the bill:
Bring a new permanent member in before September 30th and get 5% off a month on your individual membership, as long as your referral stays with us, up to a year.
For our members who work for someone, who pays the bill:
Bring a new permanent member in before September 30th, get 5% worth of your individual membership fee in CASH, as long as your referral stays with us, up to a year.
Jazzy no? I do have a couple notes worth of fine print to add.
New permanent members must be paying full rate and must be in good standing to receive commission. Commissions will be paid for up to a year, as long as your referral maintains their permanent desk membership.  Offer good on members starting on or before October 15, 2018. 
 
If anyone has any questions, please let me know!
Thanks!
John

The Future of Work

“Jeremy Murphy is an urban planner and sustainability specialist living in Vancouver, BC. As a Director with Sustainability Solutions Group Workers Cooperative, Jeremy has collaborated on dozens of sustainability and climate change projects for communities, universities, organizations and developers. Jeremy is also co-founder and Director of HiVE Vancouver – Vancouver’s innovative coworking space for change makers, hosting small businesses, not-for-profits and entrepreneurs with a focus on encouraging social impact and unlikely collaborations.”

https://crcresearch.org/solutions-agenda/future-work

Coffee Morning at the HiVE

“That’s the thing I like the most,” added curly-haired Jeremy Murphy, co-founder of the HiVE, who appeared from the woozy S-shaped ramp that connects the work space and main desk/kitchen areas.

 

https://www.vancouverobserver.com/blogs/thescene/one-coffee-morning-hive

 

Green Building Brain

The HiVE is a 9,000-square-foot collaborative coworking and event space focusing on sustainability and creativity, located in Vancouver’s historic Gastown area. The space occupies the 2nd floor of two interconnected heritage buildings and was retrofitted to provide a comfortable and healthy open-concept work environment featuring brick walls, high ceilings and large windows.

http://greenbuildingbrain.org/buildings/the_hive

HiVE Vancouver Society

Founded in 2009, the HiVE began as a shared vision initiated by Recollective Principal Eesmyal Santos-Brault and SSG Director Jeremy Murphy.

http://recollective.ca/community

Coworking: Without community it’s just working

“In a panel of coworking space operators, Melissa Hope from HiVE Vancouver spoke about the specialization of shared workspaces. She gave examples of workplaces focused on architecture or female-focused. While trying to cater to everyone is never a good business plan, the diversity of options means there is something for everyone.”

Coworking: Without community it’s just working

BCH x The Global Coworking Unconference Conference 2017

“Melissa: Community! A lot of freelancers and entrepreneurs feel isolated and coworking can fix that, as you are surrounded by like-minded individuals who will never cease to amaze and inspire.”

BCH x The Global Coworking Unconference Conference 2017

CoWorking BC Society

“What is the future of coworking? I think that as more people realize that coworking is an option that will boost their productivity and decrease their isolation, there will be more spaces opening and we will all get to specialize more, focusing on serving our exact communities.”

CoWorking BC Society

From Childcare to Insurance, Coworking Grows to Fill Gaps for Independent Workers

“Melissa Hope is director of operations of Vancouver’s not-for-profit coworking and community space The Hive. In the two and a half years since she’s been with The Hive, Hope said she’s seen the coworking community in Vancouver grow.

“There’s been a growth in the variety of coworking spaces available and the number of spaces as well as the awareness of it amongst both non-coworkers and coworkers,” she said.”

 

From Childcare to Insurance, Coworking Grows to Fill Gaps for Independent Workers