Monthly Archive January 21, 2019


Pros Of CoWork Space Membership

With any new establishment, there are always numerous pros and cons concerning its effectiveness and efficiency as a workplace. Here are a few pros to recognize when considering moving your work to a coworking space. 

This unconventional workspace offers various perks that provide the worker with a more productive environment. Here are the primary benefits:

Better Time Management

Independent professionals are the foundation of these spaces; working without defined management is expected. Learning how to best maintain your time is crucial to your success in these coworking spaces. By developing this skill, your efficiency within these organizations will not only improve, but your time management skills within any capacity will as well.

Less Obligation/Less Stress

Unlike a traditional office, the atmosphere of coworking spaces are often more laid-back and easygoing. And with the independence to work freely, the overall environment leads to a far less stressful workplace. Depending on your profession, a coworking space offers an open area with no harsh deadlines or quotas that traditional spaces may require.

Low Maintenance     

Although coworking spaces still require a professional appearance, the seemingly uptight environment which is often experienced in a traditional office is not present within these spaces. With a greater emphasis on communication and collaboration, a more casual atmosphere is far more prevalent within coworking.


One of the major perks of coworking spaces is what makes them a truly unique option is the networking opportunities it brings about. The collaborative environment offers people the experience to work together to inspire and brainstorm ideas to better help you thrive in your profession. Aside from the work itself, being amongst a group of other professionals not only helps you meet and associate with relevant people, but it creates a strong community of like-minded professionals.

Cheaper than Private Office

Even with the membership fees and taxed supplies, working within these spaces is significantly cheaper then owning or renting another office space. With the exception of working from home, the fees of these spaces are less of a financial commitment as the lease of renting a traditional office space.

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What is a CoWorking space?

What makes a coworking space?

Co working spaces vary; some are specifically created for a collaborative workplace, others may be community lots which can be re-purposed for workers. Although each of these lots differ from each other in their policies and operations, they are often financed by membership fees or various taxed office supplies.

There is no specific location for these spaces, but they usually can be found near cities or other highly populated areas. As these are often advertised as such, locating these spaces requires only a simple google search or searching within a citywide website that identifies these office spaces. As each of these are different, check out their website to see which one best fits your needs.

Who thrives with this style?

Almost all professions are open to using these spaces; however, some are more common than others. Startup businesses, freelancers, corporations, and entrepreneurs most frequently occupy these spaces. Although many other professionals will use this area for their organization.

Are coworking spaces the future of business?

Although difficult to predict, there has been a significant rise in coworking spaces. Based on the success of these spaces, we can see a clear shift toward an unconventional work environment. However, many careers are most effectively practiced in a traditional setting. As many professions require a conventional workplace, it is unlikely to see coworking spaces take over the majority of traditionally organized businesses. Yet careers that allow their employees to work from home can thrive under this environment will continue to increase the availability of these spaces.  And the demand is sure to continue growing as more and more employers embrace a willingness to hire remote workers.