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At Collective, we take immense pride in our vibrant and diverse community. Our users, like you, come from different occupations and backgrounds, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to our platform. We believe that the strength of our community lies in the collective wisdom and expertise of its members.

Collective is a bridging community. We want all sectors of the workplace world to join in this community. That includes FM, HR, CRE, Remote, IT, Experience, Design, and Construction. We’re creating an inclusive environment.

We’re real people helping each other make progress. Whether it’s sharing resources or needing a place to get deep about the ups and downs of our field. We’re here to create real connections.

Brett Hautop

Founder @ Workshape, Former VP of Global Workplace LinkedIn

Leni Rivera

Owner @ WorkplaceXperience

Brian Elliott

Tech Executive, Advisor,
Co-Founder @ Future Forum

Jonathan Johnson

Former Director of Workplace Operations @ Guild



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Workplace Shouldn’t Be This Hard

Information Overload

We curate information to help you find the signals in the noise of modern information overload.

Siloed Professions

We all get stuck in our walled gardens of algorithms and social media circles. Unfortunately we don’t have a solution for that — yet. So we’re working to bring you quality information and resources you might otherwise miss.

Finding Solutions

How can we execute without great partners? We’re highlighting companies and solutions you might otherwise not hear of. Without great partners it’s hard to move forward.

What Our Readers Say

I am the type of person who meticulously guards their inbox. I am always very excited when the Collective Work & Place newsletter hits my new messages queue. I often drop what I am doing just to check it out because I have found that it's filled with both useful insights and relevant updates that have definitely kept me in the loop on things that I likely have missed. On top of that it's a very fun and easy read, which puts it in the very small list of other email newsletters like The Morning Brew… that are both entertaining and full of useful information. I’m certainly excited to see where they take it from here as this thing is just getting started!

Brett Hautop

Founder @ Workshape, Former VP of Global Workplace LinkedIn

There are only a handful of newsletters that I will stop to read from the beginning to the end, Collective Bookmarks is one. The content reliably cuts through the noise and delivers the insights I need to stay current on trends & insights in a succinct and easy read. You're missing out if it's not on your list.

Denise Brouder

Founder, Head of Data & Insights @ SWAY Workplace

Collective is a community hub that curates essential content for workplace pros. Their newsletter keeps me in the loop without wasting time. It's like having a smart friend who knows the industry.

Iwo Szapar

Co-Founder & Head of Remote @ Remote-First Institute, CEO @ Remote-How

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