Now a day, the idea of sharing an office space is more common than ever. Most small companies, start-ups, remote employees, and entrepreneur rather work at a Coworking Space than at home or even in an office.
Here’s a few reasons why you should consider working at a Coworking place:
1. Your business will grow faster:
This is not a myth, we guarantee that this is true. By working with others around you it will expand your network. That way, bringing new clients and collaborating with other companies. When your client base grows, your business grows.
2. It saves you money
Having an executive suites has gotten extremely over priced. They are slowly becoming a thing of the past. With the high cost and inflexible lease options, executive suites are becoming less and less appealing to business owners. In a co-working office space, you’re able to save your business money. At Palletized, we offer a variety of options for any need: private office suites, flexible desks, virtual offices, meeting rooms, and more.
- Cost efficient
- No utility bills
- No dealing with service providers and repairs
3. Coworking will improve your life work balance:
With the simple fact that Coworking spaces are normally accessible 24/7, you can create your own schedule. You can decide whether to put in a long day when they have a deadline or want to show progress, or can decide to take a long break in the middle of the day to go to the gym. You can pick if you want to work in a quite zone to be able to concentrate, or in a more collaborative space with shared tables where you can bounce ideas from people.
People who use co-working spaces feel part of a community, not just a company. Connections with others are a big reason why people pay to work in a communal space, as opposed to working from home for free or renting a nondescript office.
In conclusion, if you are one of those people that have no idea what Coworking is, we believe you are missing out. Not only are you missing out on some serious opportunity that may await you by collaborating with other companies. But, you might also be wasting your money in an long term office lease that you can barely afford. Remember there’s a difference between working by yourself and working alone.