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CoWork Jax Joins the Florida Coworking Passport Program

CoWork Jax is one of the first communities to join The Florida Coworking Passport program. The program, spearheaded by CoWorkTampa, allows any member of a participating passport space to cowork at any other participating passport space one day each month for free.

Christopher Arnoldi, founder of CoWorkTampa, created the program to close the gap between Florida businesses. “Our mission is to grow technology companies in Florida. We handpicked the best coworking environments in the state for this program,” Arnoldi said.

Joe Sampson, CoWork Jax member and Chief Operating Officer of One Spark, sees value in the passport. “During our outreach in cities outside of Jacksonville, it’s crucial to have a coworking space to call ‘home’. You can be productive while connecting with that market’s network of creatives and entrepreneurs.”

Thus far, eight spaces have partnered with the program, ranging from Miami to Jacksonville to Orlando. The spaces include:

  • CoWork Jax (Jacksonville)
  • CoLab Orlando (Orlando)
  • CoWorkTampa (Tampa)
  • Hub Sarasota (Sarasot)
  • KeyWorking (Miami)
  • Office 55 Delray (Delray Beach)
  • RightSpace2meet (Coral Gables)
  • Trep Hub (Melbourne)

About CoWork Jax: is a community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, consultants, and remote workers. Membership gives them access to an office in Downtown Jacksonville designed to encourage collaboration, creativity, and a healthy work style. CoWork Jax also offers day passes and meeting room rentals. For more information, visit

About The Florida Coworking Passport: The Florida Coworking Passport is a reciprocal rights arrangement between the top coworking and innovation hubs in Florida. The program is member managed and free to coworking communities and their members. For more information visit

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