Marissa Gluck

design writer

Guest

Senior director at Maker Studios Inc; co-founder of design east of La Brea, an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles; former director of digital strategy for the LA office of Huge Inc., co-founder and former managing partner of Radar Research; former co-host of design east of La Brea, an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles

Marissa Gluck on KCRW

The coworking giant WeWork has indefinitely postponed its IPO after investors decided it wasn’t as valuable as they’d thought.   
  The news follows the ouster last week of CEO Adam…

What WeWork’s implosion means for other coworking spaces

The coworking giant WeWork has indefinitely postponed its IPO after investors decided it wasn’t as valuable as they’d thought.  The news follows the ouster last week of CEO Adam…

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