<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1609335422419267&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Do You Need Co-Working Space or a Traditional Office?

Welcome to 2017. The time when start-ups are common, about 50% of the workforce are working from home, and the traditional office looks nothing like it used to 30 years ago. Gone are the days of cubicles and private offices. These are the days of open workspaces and free snacks.

Read More

Is Using Co-Working Space the Future for Start-Ups?

Start-ups. Everyone wants to be a part of a start-up. Who wouldn’t want in on a fresh, new idea that promises to be a game changer for the way people live their lives. Start-ups are the future because, without start-ups, no new companies would exist.

Read More

Tired of Working from Home? Consider a Shared Office Space Location

Are you one of the millions of people worldwide who work from home? Maybe you’re one of those individuals who starts work at 6 am, scrambling to get this one thing done before the kids wake up. Maybe you split your day up by working from your local coffee shop, or maybe you like to travel a lot. No matter your habits or the reason, you are a work from home employee.

Read More

Why Startups Are Moving Away from a Traditional Office to Co-Working Space

As your startup business begins to grow, there will necessarily be a lot of changes to the way you run things. Growth means more staff, and that means that you can’t keep running the business out of your home forever. Office space is not cheap, especially here in the Bay Area. More and more businesses are choosing to house their staff in co-working space, with Forbes reporting earlier this year that the number of co-working spaces has grown to about 7,800 worldwide. Let’s look at some of the reasons why this is an increasingly appealing option for startups.

Read More

Benefits Remote Employees Get from Using Co-Working Space

Remote work is one of the hottest trends in the workplace, with 3.7 million employees (about 2.8% of the total workforce) working from home at least half half the time, according to GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com. Telecommuting jobs, that is, those that don’t require an onsite presence, are among the most sought-after positions in today’s job market. Many professionals are willing to work for lower compensation in exchange for saving time and expense on commuting, dry cleaning, and lunches out.

Read More

Co-Working Space vs. Renting an Office for a Business Getting off the Ground

There are plenty of decisions that need to be made when your business is getting off the ground. Not the least of these is choosing the optimal location in which to house your operations. In the earliest days, you may have ran the show out of your home, and that may have been perfectly adequate. Sooner or later, however, you are going to need more people on board, and more space will be a requirement. Here are some of the factors to consider as you choose between a co-working space and renting a dedicated office:

Read More