Companies seeking to attract top, young talent—and who isn’t?—by creating dynamic work environments should look not only at the non-traditional spaces seen in large tech companies, but also at smaller incubators offering co-working spaces. Co-working originated within the corporate environment in the early 2000s to support “co-opetition”—collaborations and even partnerships between competitors with synergistic strengths (think of Microsoft and Cisco). In the past decade,
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