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Ryan Ring

Recent Posts

What Is the Average Cost of Using Co-Working Space in the Bay Area?

With rising costs of rent in the Bay Area, many people are considering the benefits of renting a co-working space. It’s a smart move for businesses that don’t need or want a long-term lease, but still want a professional office to conduct business.

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Are There Drawbacks of Sharing Office Space vs. a Personal Office?

You’ve heard all about sharing an office space. You probably know people who currently rent a shared office space, and share that space with other people, who may or may not work for the same company. You currently have a personal office. Or maybe you work from your home. Or maybe you’re unsure about which option is best for you, the shared office space, or the personal office.
No matter your situation, we’re here to take the guesswork out of choosing an office space, or a personal office.

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Comparing the Pros and Cons of Using Co-Working Space

Co-working spaces are a relatively new idea. Born in the 90’s to bring like-minded individuals to the same working office, co-working spaces tend to house many different types of businesses and teams.

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Will a Client Look at You Differently If You Use a Co-Working Space?

Co-working office spaces are a relatively new idea in the work world. It wasn’t until about 1999 that the first co-working space was born. The idea came about after one man realized the drawbacks to "isolated and hierarchical businesses." In 2009 the first book on co-working spaces was released. The idea has spread worldwide, and now about half a million people work in a co-working space.

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Co-working Space vs. Starbucks for a Remote Employee

Welcome to the new workplace: remote. More than 50% of the US workforce works remotely in some capacity. Are you one of them?

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Top 3 Advantages You Get from Sharing Work Space

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, we’re no stranger to start-ups. It seems like there are new start-ups appearing every day. Whether it’s a hot new app, a fast new food delivery service, or a tasty new tap house, start-ups find their home here in SF, and the surrounding cities.

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