Ep 7 — The future starts here — with Edo Sadiković and Sende
During this interview, we talk about:
- Edo and his coliving, Sende
- How to start with two house and one abandoned barn
- Why Sende was made by the community
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0:00 — The Start
3:35 — When we started this, we had no role model
4:45 — We started with two houses and one abandoned barn
5:35 — We bound with our 20 neighbours
9:25 — One month is ideal, more and it turn into a big brother scenario
10:42 — More than 25 people and it’s only a big fiesta
11:44–7 days is for events
12:36–30% of guests are people who came back
16:00 — In Spain, we adapted, in Portugal, we build everything
17:20 — Every day is completely different
19:28–90% of what we do was invented by the people coming
21:07 — A course for people starting a coworking or coliving
25:12 — Make remote work remote
26:55 — For those who are thinking about starting a coliving
28:19 — The End
Sende is a rural coworking and coliving place in Northern Spain, on the border with Portugal.
There, Edo does a little bit of everything: management, marketing, organizing events, coordinating projects, networking, and building a true community.
Check what Sende is all about on their website:
I’m your host and passionate about coworking, remote working, nomading, and marketing. Many -ing in there.
During the day, I help ecommerce managers migrate to Google Analytics 4 before it’s too late.
I also post every day on LinkedIn. You can follow me there: