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Ryan Ring

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Should Start-Up Companies Use A Co-Working Space At The Beginning Of Growth?


The bay area has been going through a lot of changes lately. Most of the changes center around the growing startup boom and the tech industry. One of the changes that startups have brought popularity to is a change in how we think about work. “Going to work” traditionally meant getting in your car and driving down to a physical location where you would sit in an office or cubicle and work from 9-5. Now, for many people it means working from home, or working whatever hours it takes to get the job done.

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Why You Should Consider Joining A Coworking Space

It seems like more and more people are deciding to ditch traditional office space and get onboard with coworking spaces. This is especially true in the bay area. In recent years we’ve seen huge changes going on in northern california, with the addition and growth of the startup and tech markets. Smaller and more open minded businesses are sprouting up every day, and it seems like a lot of them are considering alternative options when it comes to locations and office space.

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3 Behaviors Discouraged In Coworking Spaces


Moving into a coworking space is exciting, and if this is your first week, we’re sure you’re anxious to get going. You might be wondering how things are going to play out, and worried about adjusting to this new type of working environment. Don’t worry! We’re here to help. We’ve put together a list of the three things you should never do in a coworking space, so that you can avoid upsetting any of your coworkers. Avoid these three pitfalls, and your time at your new coworking space is sure to be pleasant and productive.

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3 Problems That Coworking Solves

Coworking is becoming more popular than ever. This innovative way of working is changing the way people look at work, as well as solving many of the issues that traditional workspaces cause. On top of that, coworking also solves a lot of issues that remote workers have with working from home, or even working from a cafe. If you’re a small business owner or a contract worker with the freedom to work wherever you can get an internet connection, you should absolutely consider working from a coworking space. Here are a few of the issues that coworking fixes.

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What Comes With A Coworking Space


Lately we’ve seen more options for where and how people get their work done sprouting up. This is especially prevalent in the bay area, where more and more startups are being born every day, and small business owners are looking for ways to save money to keep their company afloat. One of the best ways to save money is to find an alternative to renting an office space. Rent prices are rising around the country, but they seem to be especially expensive here, so anyone starting a business might be feeling unsure about finding an actual office space. 

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Why Should I Rent A Coworking Space?


Coworking is a big trend in the Bay Area, and it has been for quite some time now. If you’ve recently learned about coworking, or are wondering if it’s a good option for you, you probably have some questions. One of the most common questions we hear is “why should I spend the money to rent a coworking space?”. To answer that question, we’ve put together some scenarios in which a coworking space is the perfect solution. If you’re in any of these situations, you should definitely consider renting a coworking space. If not, we also have a blog about some of the best perks involved with coworking. Here are some of the most common situations that lead people into renting a coworking space:

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