Collaborative working spaces or shared office spaces are most often thought to be occupied by freelancers and entrepreneurs who are working towards bring their ideas to life. Although it is a preconceived notion that coworking spaces are suited only for startups and freelancers, the work culture provided by these spaces is not just restricted to them but is also beneficial for well established corporations as well. These type of flexible conditions work extremely well for most companies and the coworking concept is actively being taken up by big multinationals as well. This phenomenon has grown familiar enough for much bigger and prestigious companies who aim to facilitate better working habits to keep their employees happy.
The coworking movement has been getting popular and spreading its wings far and wide as the operators try to attract large scale companies that are otherwise used to working in conventional office spaces. Coworking managements are constantly trying to charm huge occupiers by giving them a taste of the various flavours of modern flexible office spaces.
Coworking spaces are innovation heavy environments that work wonders for productivity. Whether you are a small startup or a big company, increased productivity levels can only be beneficial for our business. Shared office spaces end up being easy on the pocket and also tremendously easy in terms of setting up that corporate giants have increasingly been taking up this hassle free concept.
Companies with huge teams are now choosing shared work spaces to be able access offices with full-fledged infrastructure, new entrepreneur’s community, and minimum expenses. This saves time and money that would otherwise have to be spent on furnishing and putting together office appliances. The coworking space management provides all the essential amenities like Internet, infrastructure and other supporting features like conference rooms and cafeteria. Once these essentials are sorted, companies can focus on their core product or business. In addition to this, the changing perceptions are only driving the increase productivity levels of companies. Corporate companies currently account for approximately half of the occupier base of coworking spaces around the country.
Since large, high-growth businesses are continually expanding their team in order to increase their output, they often require workplaces that can expand with them. As coworking spaces do not involve long term commitments like signing a lease, companies can simply rent out more work area within the early-stage space when the need arises.
For businesses that have teams which are distributed all throughout a country or region, hiring a shared office space is a cost-savvy step to rent out a couple of seats rather than having to lease an expensive high-rise building to maintain the quality of infrastructure for a handful of employees is the perfect option.
These changes in corporate working ways are now being viewed as instrumental in designing a dynamic and vibrant culture of corporate productivity that have eventually been impacting the financial, cultural and environmental ethos of these organizations. Coworking spaces now are beginning to resemble an aromatic boiling pot with early stage startups working alongside corporate teams which in recent times have been brewing the best tea with the maximum level of business opportunities as ideation becomes more free flowing.
To keep the experience awesome for our users, we have a set of standards which venues must meet:
Your venue's primary business must be the renting of desks, meeting rooms, and private offices.