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Bosco started SinOficina in 2018. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: 
Q: How did you get started on SinOficina?
I'm an architect turned digital designer just to have the freedom to work and live from any place I want. It wasn't an easy decision, but thanks to that now I've lived and traveled to +40 countries so far.
When I lived in Madrid I enjoyed going to work in a coworking space. The people, the events, the feeling... Then I moved to a smaller city and found myself isolated from other entrepreneurs. I tried to find coworking spaces around but none of them were enhancing the community relationships or were in convenient locations.
So I thought: why not have the same collaborative philosophy than a physical coworking has but... online? Then, SinOficina and the idea of an online coworking was born.
There was a need. I tried joining several free communities for freelancers and entrepreneurs on Facebook and Telegram but it didn’t work. There was too much noise, too many spammy comments. So I thought people would be willing to pay a fee ($20/mo) for a community that worked and provided true value.
I had an audience of 800 subscribers to my personal blog where I write about what I learn on my travels and entrepreneurial journey. Also, I had a few extra bucks saved so I could focus 100% on the project for the next months. In just one year it grew organically from 1 to +350 paying members.