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Ryan Ring

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Three Reasons to Consider a Virtual Office

The way that people work has shifted over the years as technology grows and changes. This shift is predicted to continue as more and more people work remotely some or all of the time. If you are one of the many people that now work remotely then you know that it comes with a unique set of challenges. When you work remotely, there are times when you may need some of the tools that come with having an office in order to do your work. You may need a place to meet with clients, an official business address, and occasional access to administrative help. Fortunately, you can get all of these things from a virtual office without going to the expense of opening up an office and hiring your own staff.

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Top 4 Coworking Space Trends

While the question keeps coming up, we’re quite convinced by now that coworking spaces are not just a fad, and are becoming an important factor in today’s business environment. With coworking still on the rise, we expect it to be an ongoing force, both growing in volume and in new innovations. Here are some of the current trends in coworking, which we expect will make it even bigger and better.

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Are There Any Negatives To Sharing Work Space?


If you’ve been following this blog, I’m sure you know that we think coworking spaces are an ideal solution for a wide variety of people, including remote workers, freelancers, startup companies, and even large corporations. We get so enthusiastic about the virtues of coworking that we sometimes are asked whether there aren’t any downsides? Of course like everything else, it’s not all roses. Here are some of the negatives which could offset the potential benefits of sharing a work space.

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How Coworking Has Reshaped The Work Environment

It’s not your parents’ workplace any more. And I don’t just mean that it’s your turn, and that of your generation, to run the show, as people of an older era are moving towards retirement.There are larger changes going on in the landscape of the work environment. Huge offices filled with endless rows of cubicles are being phased out, in favor of alternative workplaces styles. These include “open office” settings and teams which include a growing number of people working from home or other locations.

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What Types of Businesses Utilize Co-Working Spaces?

Office life today is a far cry from the endless rows of cubicles in corporate buildings which were so common not so long ago. Modern office spaces include more open areas and more amenities. And more and more, companies are allowing their employees to work off-site, sometimes in co-working spaces that the employer provides.

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Should You Invest In Coworking Space Over Renting An Office?


If you’re like most of the small business owners I know, there’s a good chance that you started your operation by working out of your home. And why not? If you’re starting up by yourself, perhaps with some help from family members and an occasional friend, there’s no need to bear the expense of renting an office. Eventually, though, you’re going to outgrow the dining room table. The time will come (and we hope it comes soon for you) that you’ll need to house some additional staff members, and want a space where you can meet clients.

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