One of the hotter trends in Detroit’s business district is coworking. It’s where there’s shared space, or dedicated offices, but housed or built around a community.

This kind of flexible space has been key to many companies coming to Detroit, establishing a beachhead, and then expanding.

On October 5, the Detroit Regional Chamber is hosting an event at 8 a.m. to talk about the subject. On the panel, moderated by Crain’s Detroit Business reporter Annalise Frank, will be:

  • Amanda Lewan, Co-Founder and CEO, Bamboo Detroit
  • Matthew Piper, Green Garage Detroit
  • Kyle Steiner, Community Director, WeWork Detroit

The event, put on by the Detroit Regional Chamber, is $30 for members or $50 for non-members. More here.

We took a couple of minutes to talk about the upcoming event. The conversation is below from our Daily Detroit News Byte. You can subscribe for free in Apple Podcasts here.

Note: Bamboo Detroit is an occasional advertiser on Daily Detroit, but had no input or knowledge we did this story.

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