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What Types Of Businesses Can Utilize Co-Working Spaces?

Posted on Feb 4, 2019 9:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

What Types Of Businesses Can Utilize Co-Working Spaces? | 580 Executive Center

Coworking spaces are quickly becoming a huge part of the business landscape. If you’re not already aware, a coworking space is a place designed for business owners and contract workers to get their work done. These spaces often include amenities that help get all types of projects done, including conference rooms, private desks, soundproof booths for phone calls and a strong wifi connection. Coworking spaces are a great way for people who don’t want to waste money on an entire office space that they don’t need to have a designated and professional work environment.

When you enter a coworking space for the first time, you’ll see that there are people of all different types, job titles, and industries here. Coworking spaces are a resource for many different types of businesses. Here are a few of the kinds that benefit the most.

Start-ups

We see a lot of young startup companies come in and out of coworking spaces. This makes a lot of sense because startups are often the vision of first time business owners, or people who don’t have a lot of money to waste. In the beginning of a new company, it’s important not to waste any capital, so a lot of startup owners and operators make the decision to set up shop in a coworking space. This reduces the amount of overhead it takes to run the company, and leaves more cash to spend on marketing, research and all other elements that are vital to launching the next big thing.

One Man Operations

A lot of the people we see in our coworking spaces are go-getters that take on the responsibilities of an entire business alone. Whether they’re business owners or freelance workers, it doesn’t really make sense for them to rent an entire office suite just to sit in it alone with a laptop. For someone who does graphic design, for example, all they really need is their computer and their brain, so they turn to coworking spaces. This is the perfect solution for a motivated mind who might need something more quiet and private than a cafe, but doesn’t need a giant, costly office.

Anyone Who Presents To Clients

This category is a little more widespread, and can cover a wide range of industries. We often see people in our coworking space who love to utilize our conference room because their job involves a lot of meetings with clients. For example, a marketing specialist might need to meet with potential or even current clients and go over their website and marketing plans. It’s essential that they have a space where they can run a powerpoint, or put their laptop screen up on a big monitor. Our conference rooms help make a professional impression and allow the privacy needed for these meetings.

 

As you can see, there are many different types of businesses that can benefit from some or all of the perks provided by a coworking space. These spaces are great tools for anyone who is highly motivated and wants a dedicated work environment without the wasteful cost of an office suite.

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