Work from somewhere better.

Enter a world of work where your team feels connected from anywhere in the world. It’s the ultimate equalizer, whether you work from your couch, the beach, or a corner office.

49% of employees feel anxious and burned out
Happy, engaged teams are not just more productive, they also stick around. Bring connection and celebration back to your team with a space that empowers working on your own terms. *Data based on 2021 report from McKinsey & Company

Welcome to your new office

Connect with your team as if you were in the same room, even if you’re working on opposite sides of the world.🌎

Scheduled meetings, face-to-face chats, and async conversations all seamlessly come together in customizable SoWork offices.

Move in and get working within minutes

1 - Build and brand your office

1 - Build and brand your office

Make a space that works for you and your team, then put your logo on the walls to show the whole world it’s yours.

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

Integrate with apps you use daily, like Google Calendar and Slack, then add embedded links for all the rest.

3 - Invite your team and guests

3 - Invite your team and guests

Give your team the keys to their new office. Designate admins - like office managers – and invite unlimited guests.

1 - Build and brand your office

1 - Build and brand your office

Make a space that works for you and your team, then put your logo on the walls to show the whole world it’s yours.

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

Integrate with apps you use daily, like Google Calendar and Slack, then add embedded links for all the rest.

3 - Invite your team and guests

3 - Invite your team and guests

Give your team the keys to their new office. Designate admins - like office managers – and invite unlimited guests.

1 - Build and brand your office

1 - Build and brand your office

Make a space that works for you and your team, then put your logo on the walls to show the whole world it’s yours.

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

2 - Set up integrations and embeds

Integrate with apps you use daily, like Google Calendar and Slack, then add embedded links for all the rest.

3 - Invite your team and guests

3 - Invite your team and guests

Give your team the keys to their new office. Designate admins - like office managers – and invite unlimited guests.

Bring meetings and conversations into the same space

Walk up to anyone and instantly strike up a convo. No pesky meeting link required. 🙌🏽

Got a quick question? Easy. Need their eyes on something timely? No problem. Dying to hear their thoughts on the latest Olivia Rodrigo single? Go for it.

Design an office that works for your team

Your office should be designed for your team, and in the SoWork Metaverse, you don’t need to pay a contractor to make it happen.

With our 3D Mapmaker, the possibilities are endless: add your logo to the walls, choose from dozens of furniture options, add entire rooms, and more!

Create the ultimate hub for your digital apps

SoWork isn’t just another app to add to your long list of tools. It’s the mothership 🛳 that connects everything your team needs to succeed.

Slack, Google Calendar, Zoom, Twitter, Okta, and more – all layered seamlessly into your virtual office.

Straight-forward, team friendly pricing

Take it for a spin for free with teams of 10 or less.

Coworking

$0

Access to the world's first virtual coworking space.

Unlimited video calls with screen sharing

Unlimited text chat and file sharing

Avatar customization

Be part of the SoWork community 🎉

Small Teams

$0

For up to 10 teammates.

Private office space with business-grade security

Unlimited HD video calls with screen sharing

Unlimited text chat and file sharing

Customizable app integrations

Office branding

Avatar customization and branded swag

Enterprise

Let's talk

Got a big team? Have specific needs? Get in touch.

Everything for big teams plus

Unlimited registered teammates

Host unlimited free events

SSO, business-grade security

Rich analytics

Custom everything

What teams are saying

It’s been incredibly important to find more permanent ways to extend Tinder’s culture into a hybrid physical & virtual space.

We decided to move from zoom to Sophya because having one-to-ones or team meetings on zoom were not the same as being in the office, in the real world. SoWork does that for us.

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

It’s been incredibly important to find more permanent ways to extend Tinder’s culture into a hybrid physical & virtual space.

We decided to move from zoom to Sophya because having one-to-ones or team meetings on zoom were not the same as being in the office, in the real world. SoWork does that for us.

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

It’s been incredibly important to find more permanent ways to extend Tinder’s culture into a hybrid physical & virtual space.

We decided to move from zoom to Sophya because having one-to-ones or team meetings on zoom were not the same as being in the office, in the real world. SoWork does that for us.

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

Celebrate each other

Teams that celebrate together, stay together.🥳

Use your virtual office to connect and energize your team with everything from happy hours to game breaks. You can even plaster each other’s faces across the screen in celebration during a meeting. Get those confetti cannons ready!

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

Still on the fence?

Go test things out in our open coworking space. Walk around and explore or invite a colleague for a meeting. Get a taste of what’s possible in a virtual work environment.