Available on A Phone Near You - The KettleSpace App!

Exciting news! We are pleased to announce the launch of our new KettleSpace mobile app (V1).

The development of this app is a direct result of all the engaged feedback we’ve received from our Members in recent months. Thank you for sharing your thoughts, and keep ’em coming! We’re listening.

Available for download on March 4th, V1 of the KettleSpace mobile app will support some of the most frequently requested improvements: real-time and updated info on hours of operation, clear details of the unique features of each location, and an overall smoother flow of getting into a space that suits your needs and setting you up for success. It will also allow you to easily discover which space is closest to you at any given moment, update your profile, change your plan, and connect via LinkedIn.

Our ambitious endeavor to work together with our Members to co-author our shared culture kicked off in 2019. Through the first steps, we’ve learned that, although mobility and social interactions afforded by technology have helped open up new opportunities, these trends have simultaneously created a void and a feeling of disconnectedness for many of us on a deeper level.

As we continue to grow our community and platform, we’re striving to foster below-the-surface, positive connections on a good old-fashioned, human-to-human level. It’s come through loud and clear that many Members share this vision and as such, V2 and V3 of the mobile app (rolling out later in 2020) will dive deeper into all of this. And, don’t worry, this will all be “opt-in” so you can participate (or not) in a way that’s comfortable for you.

You’re invited to join this conversation with us. Get to know your neighbor, chat with a Community Manager, send us an email with your feedback, or come to one of our events.

We look forward to hearing from you.

-Nick & the KettleSpace Team

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