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[Dream Tips] Is co-working space suitable for you?

[Dream Tips] Is co-working space suitable for you?

What is the difference between working in a private office, home office and co-working space? Co-working space is a relatively new way of working. Why is co-working the next big thing and is it suitable for you?

Co-working is suitable for you if you are looking for:

Comprehensive Amenities and Services
If you rent a private office, you have to take care of most space administrative and operational tasks, such as cleaning,utility bills and maintenance. However, you do not have to worry about if you are in a co-working space. All tedious tasks will be taken care of. Most co-working spaces also provide:

  • High-Speed WiFi
  • Printing and Scanning Service
  • Mailing Service
  • Onsite Support
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Event space

2. Opportunities to work with like-minded people
It might be lonely if you work privately. Surrounding yourself with like minded people helps you learn new things and can grow together, especially for startups. Nowadays, many co-working spaces are built for a specific target group in order to gather like-minded entrepreneurs. They also host plenty of networking and mingling events for their users. You can always interact with each other and create some synergy in between too.

3. Flexibility
A shared office space often has multiple plans that you can choose from. Not sure if you can commit to renting a space for a year? There are typically no year-long lease requirements in co-working space.

Of course, co-working spaces may look less than attractive if you are a one-man band. Working at home is basically free. Besides, if you care about privacy, co-working may not be suitable for you. You will meet a lot of different people from different companies while you are working.

These are the general ideas of what a co-working space can provide. They all have their own unique selling point. To learn more about our co-working space, check us out: www.dreamimpacthk.com / Email us: info@dreamimpacthk.com

Reference:
https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/325565
Dream Impact Partners

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