Community Mission Statement: A cozy place to work alongside people doing work they're passionate about and committed to, where 80% of people say hi. Come and work here!
Members here value socializing and community activities at their workplace. Socializing, learning, inspiration, in-depth open conversations with laughter are largely what defines a successful event and a great day here. People here choose when and how they work.
Members have 24/7 access to the community workplace, and 3 hours throughout the day in conference rooms for phone calls and meetings.
Membership is $450 per month or $4,500 per year. 12 months prepayment is 12 months for the price of 10. A company can have up to 20 members here.
People come here to work alongside other people instead of working from home.
Collective Agency has been open since August 1st 2011. We are one of the main co-working places in Portland Oregon.
Many of us eat lunch and talk on the sofas here each day. There are weekly activities. Most of the time people are productively working.
We also rent conference rooms for up to 14 people, and events for up to 125 people.
Amenities include elevator access, air conditioning, bike parking upstairs, lots of light, Herman Miller chairs, wi-fi, coffee and tea.
Come and work here!
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