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3 Problems With Working From Home That Coworking Solves

Working from home seems like an ideal situation...for someone who’s never tried it before. Sure it might seem nice to just roll out of bed and get to work without having to worry about what to wear or getting rid of your bedhead. However, with working from home, the cons much outweigh the pros. In this new age of startups and small businesses, the invention of coworking spaces has filled a gap in the office space industry. It provides the perfect middle ground between a huge, costly office space and working from your bed with your laptop and phone. There used to be almost no other options out there for someone who’s company wasn’t big enough to warrant an office suite, yet. Here are some of the ways coworking has solved the issues small business owners used to be forced to deal with while working from home.

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What Perks Does Coworking Come With?

If you’re thinking about renting a coworking space, chances are you’re not happy with your current place of business. Whether you’re working from home, from a coffee shop, or you’re paying for a big office suite, there are certain perks coworking has over all of them. One of the main benefits of coworking is the efficiency of it. It provides the professionalism of an office space without forcing you to waste funds on too much space, if you’re still a small business with only a few employees. Here are some of the other perks that come along with renting a coworking space.

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How Coworking Saves You Money

One of the most difficult parts of owning or managing a small business is handling the finances. While you might technically be in charge and able to make all the decisions when it comes down to how your funds are spent, the responsibility can be hard to carry. Every choice needs to be researched and weighed against all the other options to make sure you’re getting the most for your dollar. Office space is no different. It’s another huge factor you’ll have to consider when you run a business. Coworking is a great option to consider. There are a few different ways that working out of a shared space can save you and your business money. In this blog we’ve listed a few of the factors that will save you money when you transition into a coworking space:

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Types Of People You Might Meet Through Coworking

Networking is one of the most important aspects of business. There aren’t many companies that can run with only one person helping out. Especially if you’re the owner of a business, meeting people can make your company not only bigger but better. Shaking hands with someone and having a short conversation, can lead to the partnership you need to push your company to the next level. Whether that means a new idea, your next round of funding, or the exposure you need to get your idea out of your head and into the homes of millions of americans, there is immense value in the people you come into contact with each day.

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How Coworking Can Inspire and Motivate You

Anyone who has ever worked in a cubicle knows the feeling. You come into work on a Monday and sit down with the same cup of coffee, face the same grey walls, and get started on a cookie cutter day that would look identical on paper to the other 300 or so days you’ll work this year. You’re expected to come into work and stay motivated, stay inspired, but this can be difficult when your workspace is boring and drab. One of the main benefits of switching over to a coworking space for many people has been an increase in productivity. This is due to the many aspects of coworking that encourage innovation and drive. Here are the some of the most effective ways coworking will help push you and your business forward.

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Why Is Coworking Becoming More Popular In Silicon Valley?

Silicon Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in our country. It seems like new startups are popping up everyday, and so many of them are in the bay area. If you’ve ever driven past the Facebook or Google campus, you might be confused about how so many successful companies are making it in the same area. How are they all fitting in such a compacted little space? The truth is that a majority of startups, especially in their early stages, don’t have designated office spaces. As most people know, Apple and HP started in a garage. As Silicon Valley becomes more well known, companies are starting to search for new office space ideas. Coworking spaces are becoming more popular, and seem to be the perfect solution for small companies with big ambitions. Hootsuite, Instagram , Uber, Duolingo, Weebly, Spotify, and Indiegogo are all huge in the tech industry, and every one of them started out in a coworking space. Here are a few reasons why startups and other companies in Silicon Valley gravitate towards coworking spaces.

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