It’s important to think about where you’re going to work when starting or growing your business. In addition to setting up a regular office or working from home, many businesses and freelancers decide to move their teams to a coworking space.
To find out what the most important features of a coworking space are, here are our findings!
Environment and adaptability are extremely important factors
You should pay special attention to the space and work environment when looking for a new place to work. When you have a well-designed office, it’s easier to focus on your business goals.
According to research, the quality of the facility, the location and the flexibility of the conditions are the three most important things to consider when moving into a coworking space. Modern interior design, convenient location and reasonable rental terms are just a few of the reasons why people prefer coworking to traditional office spaces. Coffee quality and 24-hour availability were all cited as crucial considerations when looking for a place to open a business.
One of the main benefits of coworking spaces is their flexibility. More than half of our members cited the freedom to work in a variety of environments as the most important benefit of flexible workspaces. Short-term office rental opportunities were also discussed, as well as the ability to increase or decrease office space. The opportunity to make important connections and exchange knowledge within the community was also mentioned by members. Coworking spaces also offer the convenience of shared resources without having to cook, clean, print or meet in a conference room.
Happy and productive!
For most of us, the “how to get started” moment occurred when we were working from home. Studies from around the world have shown that working in a coworking environment significantly improves productivity. According to our survey, 40% of respondents reported an increase in productivity after joining a coworking space. – In addition, 70% of workers say the quality of their workplace has increased.
The primary responsibility of a coworking space is to foster a positive work environment for its members.
Studies show that people who work in coworking spaces are more satisfied with their work because they can do it on their own terms and without interference from management. Employees hold themselves personally accountable for the results of their work, as well as for the timeliness and accuracy of their reports. In coworking spaces, social laziness and harmful tendencies such as hierarchical competitiveness are avoided, but it is still possible to be yourself.
You can visit the Color Business Center and try it for free!