April 22, 2019
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People Working in an Office

A coworking space is not just a trend; it is both a movement and a community. It promotes a sense of community, sustainability, learning, and collaboration.

Quest Workspaces explains that a coworking space can be about enriching a spirited, welcoming, and effective workplace culture.

The Coworking Space

Some studies have shown that coworking is more effective than a regular office. Workers in coworking spaces thrive; they are satisfied, productive, and engaged in what they’re doing. Thriving is different from being contented because they are not just happy; they are energized by what they do. They see that what they do is meaningful. There’s a feeling that they can work without the politics of a regular office. They can work on single or multiple projects.

In addition, coworking spaces attract different types of people. They come from different ethnicities, educational backgrounds, companies, and projects. There is an atmosphere that fosters the freedom to work and enjoy their work. Another advantage of the coworking space is the sense of community and collaboration. Different expertise means there is a wide range of skills on the table.

Coworking Space Business Principles

The difference between a coworking space and a regular office is not just in the physical aspect. The way they do business is also different. Coworking spaces are open about their rates and there is no long-term contract. Most of the users who sign up for the coworking space know they can leave anytime.

Coworking spaces are not a fad nor just a trend. It is a good alternative to working at the office or from a home office. It is founded on a community and an environment that foster diversity and collaboration in every way.

Terohan Nula