Category: Connecting @ Link

  • Small Business Big Heart

    Being a small business has its disadvantages but it also has its perks. We may not have all of the resources as the big box companies but we have the heart and we are lean so we can pivot and change quickly to meet our customers and members needs. Here at Link we are proud…

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  • WWSS does it again

    What do you do when you’re killin’ the game? Ask our Women Who Start Shit speakers. We just closed out our fifth edition of WWSS and the inspiration coming from these ladies is incredible. This month’s focus was on food ( obviously our favorite topic ) and we heard from two Austin food gurus. Jessica…

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  • Women supporting women

    It’s no secret that Link Coworking is woman-owned and operated (cue line on the homepage). Link Coworking, Too and Flex are owned by Liz Elam and managed by Stormy McBride. The Link locations are currently fully staffed by an all-girl team as luck would have it and they are killin’ the game. In true entrepreneur…

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  • The Inaugural Women Who Start Shit hit it out of the park!

    Holy hell did you miss out if you skipped the first ever Women Who Start Shit. It was epic, inspiring, funny and real (REAL real). We were super excited to welcome Delea Becker and Elizabeth Riley to the stage (read: couch… we are chill here). A concept that we had been thinking about for a…

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  • Meet Your Community Manager: Stormy McBride

    Photo credit: Fancy Fluff Continuing our feature on the crew behind link coworking, meet our community manager- Stormy. Stormy started off her journey at Link Coworking as an operations intern her senior year of college. Upon graduating she took a full time position as Link’s community manager and has been drinking from the coworking firehose…

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  • 5 Things I’ve Learned as a Link Intern

    For the past 5 months, I’ve been an intern at Link Coworking. As my summer comes to an end and I head back to school at UT, I thought about some of the things I’ve learned during my time at Link: 1. Austin is a great place to work, even remotely. Austin is my favorite…

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