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The world of work has changed

Remote, distributed, and hybrid teams are the new normal, and #wfa is the ultimate competitive advantage. But how do you make the switch while holding onto the culture you worked so hard to build?

SoWork helps your team feel connected, energized, and innovative again, all in your own custom virtual office. And with video, audio, chat, integrations, and enterprise-grade security, plus custom maps and avatars - we've got all your needs covered.

Sound too good to be true? Check out our open-world coworking space to get a taste.

Where's the water cooler?

Can't remember what it feels like to just say "hi" to a teammate? We know the feeling.

SoWork gives you the freedom to walk up to anyone and instantly strike up a convo. Forget the formality (and hassle) of meeting links when all you really need is a quick chat.

Try it for yourself in our coworking space.

Make the space yours

Choose a custom office and unlock the power to make it as unique as your team. With our 3D map maker (now in beta) if you can dream it, you can build it! Add your company's logo to the walls, edit furniture, change the floors, add or remove entire rooms, and more!

Easily integrate with apps you know and love

There's no need to abandon your favorite collaborative apps when you move into a virtual office. SoWork seamlessly layers all your tools into your virtual office so you can quickly take teamwork to the next level. Slack, Google Calendar, Zoom, Twitter, Okta, and more!

How SoWork helps your team

Conversations just like at the office

Conversations just like at the office

Walk up to your teammates to start seamless spontaneous video calls. Skip the links and calendar invites!

Get back to truly collaborative

Get back to truly collaborative

Chat, whiteboards, HD screen-sharing and more integrations built-in, so you can get work done with your team.

Avatars that help you feel seen

Avatars that help you feel seen

You perform at your best when you're seen and heard. Customize your avatar from almost 50 million combinations. Be you.

Custom surreal estate

Custom surreal estate

Build the custom spaces of your dreams with our best-in-class Mapmaker, or use one of our pre-made spaces.

Culture doesn't create itself

Culture doesn't create itself

Actually...it does. You either define it intentionally, or you get the wrong one accidentally. SoWork helps you ensure that the culture that sticks is the one you want.

Team bonding

Team bonding

Games, emojis, music and food integrations, and more. Teams that ❤️ each other go to bat for each other. They delight and inspire each other, and they make work feel less like work.

Conversations just like at the office

Conversations just like at the office

Walk up to your teammates to start seamless spontaneous video calls. Skip the links and calendar invites!

Get back to truly collaborative

Get back to truly collaborative

Chat, whiteboards, HD screen-sharing and more integrations built-in, so you can get work done with your team.

Avatars that help you feel seen

Avatars that help you feel seen

You perform at your best when you're seen and heard. Customize your avatar from almost 50 million combinations. Be you.

Custom surreal estate

Custom surreal estate

Build the custom spaces of your dreams with our best-in-class Mapmaker, or use one of our pre-made spaces.

Culture doesn't create itself

Culture doesn't create itself

Actually...it does. You either define it intentionally, or you get the wrong one accidentally. SoWork helps you ensure that the culture that sticks is the one you want.

Team bonding

Team bonding

Games, emojis, music and food integrations, and more. Teams that ❤️ each other go to bat for each other. They delight and inspire each other, and they make work feel less like work.

Conversations just like at the office

Conversations just like at the office

Walk up to your teammates to start seamless spontaneous video calls. Skip the links and calendar invites!

Get back to truly collaborative

Get back to truly collaborative

Chat, whiteboards, HD screen-sharing and more integrations built-in, so you can get work done with your team.

Avatars that help you feel seen

Avatars that help you feel seen

You perform at your best when you're seen and heard. Customize your avatar from almost 50 million combinations. Be you.

Custom surreal estate

Custom surreal estate

Build the custom spaces of your dreams with our best-in-class Mapmaker, or use one of our pre-made spaces.

Culture doesn't create itself

Culture doesn't create itself

Actually...it does. You either define it intentionally, or you get the wrong one accidentally. SoWork helps you ensure that the culture that sticks is the one you want.

Team bonding

Team bonding

Games, emojis, music and food integrations, and more. Teams that ❤️ each other go to bat for each other. They delight and inspire each other, and they make work feel less like work.

Feels like you all the way through

Feeling cute? Ragey? Productive? Rainbow-like? Choose from an extensive and ever-growing collection of gear that makes you feel like you. Bring your whole self to work. That's how you build real relationships and do your best work.

Dance, wave, smile, and hug in millions of combinations.

Case Study

Falling Walls

Falling Walls focuses on turning high level conversations about science into experiences. They do this through in-person conferences in visual and experiential ways.

Problem

It was especially important for Falling Walls to create spaces where event attendees could strike up informal conversations and get to know other interesting people. For Falling Walls, it was clear – they don’t do boring events; they do exceptional events. And that's where SoWork came in. SoWork allows Falling Walls to create an interactive and inclusive experience - a space that added to their experimental content, instead of detracting from it.

Solution

In SoWork, their attendees were able to walk around, meet new people, and feel like they're part of a learning experience. They found that attendees loved exploring the spaces and often stayed on in SoWork even after the scheduled end time for the event - they lingered and chatted. Now, that's unheard of in the virtual world. Falling Walls continues to use SoWork for their conferences and events, creating unforgettable, active experiences for their community.

There’s a visual appeal that SoWork brings to the table that others don’t. There’s an ease of use. We want to have a visual environment where people can feel they’re in a room.

Network building is our purpose at Falling Walls and SoWork works really well for the purpose of mingling in an established community.

Matthes Lindner
Project Manager
Case Study

Perry & Alznauer

Perry & Alznauer is an immigration law firm that knows that success comes when you put people first. They care deeply about the team and their wellness. But despite efforts to keep the team together, P&A struggled with team culture during the pandemic.

Problem

Before the pandemic hit, P&A team member would always be vibing together - team lunches, wine tastings, dinner outings. They had a tight-knit community and they weren't quite ready to let it go. Existing tools simply weren't sufficient to build a healthy, social team culture.

Solution

One of the team members at P&A discovered SoWork through a friend, and thought it was an interactive and fun place where they could spend time together and connect as a team. They started using SoWork for their e-lunches and found it more relaxed, more personal, less robotic, more fun, and more interactive. This was so much more fun that everything else they tried. In SoWork, all team members are actively involved in the experience. No more dead air as people just stare at each other on a screen.

You have to use so many senses, visual to see, auditory to hear, touch to navigate in here. It’s hard to be passive in SoWork.

We use SoWork for our sanity, for our mental health.

Shadouh Lopez
Tech & Operations Manager
Case Study

Ciencia Joven

Ciencia Joven is an organization that aims to transform STEM education and nurture youth leaders in Latin American nations including Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. They focus on creating engaging and immersive experiences for their students during their week-long courses.

Problem

Realizing that existing virtual platforms were creating passive learning environments that failed to contribute to the growth and development of their students, Ciencia Joven decided to try out SoWork.

Solution

Ciencia Joven now use SoWork to conduct classes for their students. Following the classes, they allow students to use the virtual space to hang out, chat and collaborate. They have found that students tend to spend time getting to know each other in SoWork, allowing them to build a community. This is especially important for Ciencia Joven since their students come from schools across different cities and countries.

It’s much more interesting for our students to work in SoWork, than anywhere else.

Students are able to freely move around and talk to each other in SoWork and they are able to break into groups organically to collaborate. This allows them to learn about each other and build lasting relationships.

Oscar Contreras-Villarroel
Executive Director
Case Study

Falling Walls

Falling Walls focuses on turning high level conversations about science into experiences. They do this through in-person conferences in visual and experiential ways.

Problem

It was especially important for Falling Walls to create spaces where event attendees could strike up informal conversations and get to know other interesting people. For Falling Walls, it was clear – they don’t do boring events; they do exceptional events. And that's where SoWork came in. SoWork allows Falling Walls to create an interactive and inclusive experience - a space that added to their experimental content, instead of detracting from it.

Solution

In SoWork, their attendees were able to walk around, meet new people, and feel like they're part of a learning experience. They found that attendees loved exploring the spaces and often stayed on in SoWork even after the scheduled end time for the event - they lingered and chatted. Now, that's unheard of in the virtual world. Falling Walls continues to use SoWork for their conferences and events, creating unforgettable, active experiences for their community.

There’s a visual appeal that SoWork brings to the table that others don’t. There’s an ease of use. We want to have a visual environment where people can feel they’re in a room.

Network building is our purpose at Falling Walls and SoWork works really well for the purpose of mingling in an established community.

Matthes Lindner
Project Manager
Case Study

Perry & Alznauer

Perry & Alznauer is an immigration law firm that knows that success comes when you put people first. They care deeply about the team and their wellness. But despite efforts to keep the team together, P&A struggled with team culture during the pandemic.

Problem

Before the pandemic hit, P&A team member would always be vibing together - team lunches, wine tastings, dinner outings. They had a tight-knit community and they weren't quite ready to let it go. Existing tools simply weren't sufficient to build a healthy, social team culture.

Solution

One of the team members at P&A discovered SoWork through a friend, and thought it was an interactive and fun place where they could spend time together and connect as a team. They started using SoWork for their e-lunches and found it more relaxed, more personal, less robotic, more fun, and more interactive. This was so much more fun that everything else they tried. In SoWork, all team members are actively involved in the experience. No more dead air as people just stare at each other on a screen.

You have to use so many senses, visual to see, auditory to hear, touch to navigate in here. It’s hard to be passive in SoWork.

We use SoWork for our sanity, for our mental health.

Shadouh Lopez
Tech & Operations Manager
Case Study

Ciencia Joven

Ciencia Joven is an organization that aims to transform STEM education and nurture youth leaders in Latin American nations including Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. They focus on creating engaging and immersive experiences for their students during their week-long courses.

Problem

Realizing that existing virtual platforms were creating passive learning environments that failed to contribute to the growth and development of their students, Ciencia Joven decided to try out SoWork.

Solution

Ciencia Joven now use SoWork to conduct classes for their students. Following the classes, they allow students to use the virtual space to hang out, chat and collaborate. They have found that students tend to spend time getting to know each other in SoWork, allowing them to build a community. This is especially important for Ciencia Joven since their students come from schools across different cities and countries.

It’s much more interesting for our students to work in SoWork, than anywhere else.

Students are able to freely move around and talk to each other in SoWork and they are able to break into groups organically to collaborate. This allows them to learn about each other and build lasting relationships.

Oscar Contreras-Villarroel
Executive Director
Case Study

Falling Walls

Falling Walls focuses on turning high level conversations about science into experiences. They do this through in-person conferences in visual and experiential ways.

Problem

It was especially important for Falling Walls to create spaces where event attendees could strike up informal conversations and get to know other interesting people. For Falling Walls, it was clear – they don’t do boring events; they do exceptional events. And that's where SoWork came in. SoWork allows Falling Walls to create an interactive and inclusive experience - a space that added to their experimental content, instead of detracting from it.

Solution

In SoWork, their attendees were able to walk around, meet new people, and feel like they're part of a learning experience. They found that attendees loved exploring the spaces and often stayed on in SoWork even after the scheduled end time for the event - they lingered and chatted. Now, that's unheard of in the virtual world. Falling Walls continues to use SoWork for their conferences and events, creating unforgettable, active experiences for their community.

There’s a visual appeal that SoWork brings to the table that others don’t. There’s an ease of use. We want to have a visual environment where people can feel they’re in a room.

Network building is our purpose at Falling Walls and SoWork works really well for the purpose of mingling in an established community.

Matthes Lindner
Project Manager
Case Study

Perry & Alznauer

Perry & Alznauer is an immigration law firm that knows that success comes when you put people first. They care deeply about the team and their wellness. But despite efforts to keep the team together, P&A struggled with team culture during the pandemic.

Problem

Before the pandemic hit, P&A team member would always be vibing together - team lunches, wine tastings, dinner outings. They had a tight-knit community and they weren't quite ready to let it go. Existing tools simply weren't sufficient to build a healthy, social team culture.

Solution

One of the team members at P&A discovered SoWork through a friend, and thought it was an interactive and fun place where they could spend time together and connect as a team. They started using SoWork for their e-lunches and found it more relaxed, more personal, less robotic, more fun, and more interactive. This was so much more fun that everything else they tried. In SoWork, all team members are actively involved in the experience. No more dead air as people just stare at each other on a screen.

You have to use so many senses, visual to see, auditory to hear, touch to navigate in here. It’s hard to be passive in SoWork.

We use SoWork for our sanity, for our mental health.

Shadouh Lopez
Tech & Operations Manager
Case Study

Ciencia Joven

Ciencia Joven is an organization that aims to transform STEM education and nurture youth leaders in Latin American nations including Chile, Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay. They focus on creating engaging and immersive experiences for their students during their week-long courses.

Problem

Realizing that existing virtual platforms were creating passive learning environments that failed to contribute to the growth and development of their students, Ciencia Joven decided to try out SoWork.

Solution

Ciencia Joven now use SoWork to conduct classes for their students. Following the classes, they allow students to use the virtual space to hang out, chat and collaborate. They have found that students tend to spend time getting to know each other in SoWork, allowing them to build a community. This is especially important for Ciencia Joven since their students come from schools across different cities and countries.

It’s much more interesting for our students to work in SoWork, than anywhere else.

Students are able to freely move around and talk to each other in SoWork and they are able to break into groups organically to collaborate. This allows them to learn about each other and build lasting relationships.

Oscar Contreras-Villarroel
Executive Director

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