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Is Sharing Office Space a Trend?

When you reach a certain age, you stop worrying about keeping up with “hot trends.” They’ll just come back around, anyway. Pokémon first rose to fame decades ago, and yet here they are again, making young folks lose their minds. Pikachu has become an enduring cultural icon!

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Are There Disadvantages to Coworking Space?

There is an old saying in this world: “there is no free lunch.” It serves as a reminder that everything has a cost, even if it isn’t inherently visible at first. For instance, remember when Oprah gave away all those cars? It’s been immortalized across the internet and been fodder for comedians, but it also made news for unintended consequences. Turns out, the car recipients were on the hook for some hefty taxes. See: no free lunch. Or car.

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Four Benefits of Sharing Work Space

When you work from home or for yourself, it can be hard to stay productive – especially without dedicated, full-time office space. Sometimes, you just need a desk and a chair in a quiet place to get some work done.

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Coworking is Not Only For "The City"

The City (San Francisco, for you non-Bay-Area folks), is an exciting, interesting place; there’s no doubt about that. But it’s also a very expensive place. As you’ve likely heard, the rent prices are out of control there. And while many folks simply work in the city, that’s not a walk in the park, either. Commuting in and out of San Francisco requires crossing bridges or taking BART trains, which adds minutes to your commute. And let’s not forget the massive amount of people who are commuting right alongside you – causing congestion and traffic.

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Why Not Try Coworking and Shared Office Space?

Here in the Bay Area, start-ups are as plentiful as fast food joints. And one of the defining characteristics of a start-up is that they’re unpredictable workplaces. Some start-ups allow their workers to nap in their offices. Others promote drinking during the day. It’s certainly thinking outside the box!

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Shared Office Space is Better Than Renting

For those who work for themselves, it can be difficult to gauge the need for an office. If you need to meet with clients, an office makes it seem more professional. But on a day-to-day basis? You could probably function fine without one. So what do you do? Rent out an office that you only need on a limited basis?

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