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Three Reasons Why Many Entrepreneurs Are Starting to See the Value of Sharing Office Space

Posted on Oct 17, 2016 8:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring

three-reasons-why.jpgThe 580 Executive Center has actually been around for a few years, but we started out providing dedicated office space. We still do, and also offer some remote office leases. It was only recently that we jumped into the coworking space market, and we’ve seen some great results. A coworking space makes sense for many folks – remote workers, start-up CEOs, stay-at-home parents. Heck, even entrepreneurs are seeing the value of shared office space.That might seem a little strange; a person who is starting their own business doesn’t want their own space? But listen to these three benefits for shared office space, and you’ll see why entrepreneurs are getting excited.

  • Money

Let’s not kid ourselves; money makes the world go ‘round. Well, can I interest you in spending much less for your office space? Compared to leases in the Bay Area, coworking space is a great value. And as you’ll see in a moment, the benefits aren’t much different.

  • Sparing you an unnecessary expense

Honestly, what makes a full-time office necessary? Think about what’s accomplished in an office: phone calls, actual work, maybe some meetings. Well, you can get all those things done in a coworking space, too. You’ll be provided dedicated desk space, high-speed internet access, and a peaceful, quiet place to work. Need to make a phone call? We have private, cushioned phone booths available. And if you need to have a meeting, we can provide meeting space as-needed.

  • Flexibility

An entrepreneur will have plenty of meetings, and is usually on the move – so why bother with the full-time office space? With coworking space, your desk will be ready for you at a moment’s notice. Just pop in when you need to work, and leave when you have a meeting. You won’t have to worry about turning out any lights, shutting off equipment, letting the janitor in, etc. Come and go as you please. Don’t you have enough things on your mind?

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Topics: Coworking