If you work from home, consider keeping a coworking space on the side. Here’s why I like coworking and what to look for when considering one.
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Many business owners have dreams of owning their own office space — more freedom and financial advantages topping their list of reasons.
The list of high-profile companies that have abandoned their suburban campuses in favor of newer, trendier space downtown has continued to grow as businesses migrate to centers to be closer to the young professionals they want to hire.
Before you obligate yourself to working in a space that doesn’t meet your needs, consider these familiar workspace options and the pros and cons of each.
These days, entrepreneurs can transition from working from home to a fully-furnished office at a prime location in a matter of weeks.
Before you commit to a shared workspace, be sure to vet the office providers on your short list to see if they offer any – or all – of the following services.
In today’s on-demand market, small businesses have options well beyond co-working.
Before you sign up for a branded coworking space consider these 6 pros and cons.
Many entrepreneurs have turned to shared offices that make it easier for them to separate their personal and professional lives and maximize productivity.
Here are five simple tips to help you find your dream office space without breaking the bank and dampening your profitability.