Makeshift Society San Francisco

A Clubhouse for Creatives

Monday, October 8th, 2012

By Aryn Beitz
Photos by Victoria Smith

As more and more creative professionals are opting to freelance or work remotely these days, coworking spaces are beginning to pop up in cities worldwide. And no city knows how to accommodate its creatives better than San Francisco, the technology capital of the world. Enter Makeshift Society, a new coworking space that supports collaborative projects and community-building activities while encouraging camaraderie and social interaction.

Founder and creative business strategist, Rena Tom, wanted to create a space that offered innovative programming and support for freelancers and small business owners alike. The members-only clubhouse hosts workshops and events aimed at sharpening your skills and growing your business. Whether you're in it for the classes (digital photography or cultivating community and social strategy for your brand online, anyone?), or you're just looking for a quiet reprieve from your cluttered home office or distracting neighborhood cafe, Makeshift’s cozy—yet effortlessly airy—clubhouse is sure to get your creative juices flowing.


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