Co-working spaces are popular among the startups and entrepreneurs as they look to cut
operational costs & fixed cost involved in setting up a business,
such as renting or owning exclusive spaces, and these
workspaces give them the freedom of adjusting their surrounding
according to their need.
If you are a startup and want to expand your team, coworking spaces provide an easy option to increase headcount without any extra cost. This explains why an increasing number of startups are moving into coworking spaces.
What if the time and money that you spent on office managers or general maintenance could instead be
channeled towards enhancing productivity?
Another reason that startups are moving to coworking spaces is to save cost and time involved in managing office space. A coworking space eliminates the concern of these basic facilities and includes the cost of everything you could possibly need at a single monthly price.
All you need to do is walk into your office, get comfortable, and start working.
No matter your work situation, meeting others is usually part of the job description. Networking is an essential way for startups to build a solid customer base.
Whether you are looking for a new team member or a new client, networking is important to grow. Coworking spaces are inherently designed to encourage networking and collaboration.
Positive work environment increases the efficiency of work. On an average person spends roughly one-third of
their life working.
Most coworking centers have a good balance of productive space and creative areas where you can “feel” creativity and innovation taking place.
Despite the convenience and price, working in the same space that you live can actually degrade your
work-life balance. It takes a great amount of discipline to separate your work life from your home life
when both sides share the same space.
Being able to change scenes depending on what you are doing increases your overall productivity as research shows.