5 largest global independent coworking networks

What are the key global coworking networks? Review top 5 and get to know the benefits.

Croissant

Croissant is a monthly coworking membership that gives entrepreneurs, freelancers, remote workers, and digital nomads access to hot desks at the best shared workspaces in cities all over the world. The network offers an opportunity for remote workers to try many coworking spaces. When users need a place to work, they can find an open seat at a space listed on the Croissant website or mobile app, go to that space, and check-in on the website or app.
Geographical coverage: USA, South America, Europe, Western Asia 
Number of members: -
Number of properties: more than 500
Membership fee: from $29 to $219 - depends on the amount of hours per month (for workers)
Website: https://www.getcroissant.com/ 

One coworking network

One Coworking is an app and a global coworking membership that gives its users immediate access to coworking spaces in Berlin and around the world with one membership. It gives entrepreneurs and freelancers the freedom to discover new spot every day and connect with inspiring communities anywhere they go.
Geographical coverage: North and South America, Europe, Australia, Southeast Asia, Africa, Western Asia
Number of members: -
Number of properties: more than 100
Membership fee: from €49 to €199 - depends on the amount of hours per month (for workers); from €300 to €1800 per month for teams
Website: https://onecoworking.com/ 

Coworker

Coworker is a website where users can search, find, and in some cases, reserve shared work space rentals near them in many different countries all around the world. Coworking spaces list their shared office rental options on Coworker and outline what features and amenities their space can offer. Remote professionals and companies can then research.
Geographical coverage: North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania
Number of members: -
Number of properties: more than 13 000 
Membership fee: you are able to join the community for free. The basic package starts from $9 per month 
Website: https://www.coworker.com/  

LExC

LExC is a network of coworking spaces with common standards of excellence. LExC spaces are where quality, accessibility, and passion meet to foster communities that value connection and innovation. The network has its own basic requirements for coworking spaces to become a member.
Geographical coverage: North and South America, Europe, Australia 
Number of members: 30
Number of properties: more than 100
Membership fee: annual $1000 membership fee (for spaces)
Website: https://lexc.co/ 

Preferred office network (PON)

Preferred Office Network offers flexible workspace solutions to growing corporate clients via its national network of independently owned office business centers and coworking locations. The largest network of its kind in North America. 
Geographical coverage: North America
Number of members: more than 150
Number of properties: more than 670
Membership fee: starting at $500 (for workers)
Website: https://preferredofficenetwork.com/