Despite the numerous opportunities to feel more connected the online world has provided, the more efficient and proficient the digital space becomes, the less offline interactions happen.
Coworking spaces have become increasingly popular in recent years, as more and more entrepreneurs and freelancers seek flexible, affordable workspace solutions. However, with so many coworking spaces now available, it’s important to ensure that yours stands out from the crowd. In this post, we’ll explore 6 smart ways to make your coworking space more functional and profitable, helping you to attract and retain tenants and maximize your revenue potential.
Research Summary. Due to improved technology and the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the U.S. has seen an influx in remote workers. While the flexibility of this lifestyle has its definite upsides, there are also drawbacks to not being in an office.
In recent years, workplace culture has seen a massive shift beginning with the pandemic that forced numerous employees to work from home. This led to a new approach to working. Post-pandemic many employees still choose to work remotely however, they may not want to work alone from home.
Companies have been working tirelessly to enhance and improve the fluid working experience as a way to attract and retain employees in the highly competitive labor market. Coworking spaces are considered productivity destinations for employees.
At this moment, the estimated number of digital nomads around the world exceeds 35,000,000; and this is just an estimate, the real number may be much higher than that. You, yourself, are probably reading this either because you are a digital nomad already, you want to be one, or you are interested in the idea but not ready to take the step yet.
Heads up, friends: Coworking Day is right around the corner.
This international holiday tends to sneak up on space operators—especially during years that you’re—you know—navigating a pandemic and other such delights.
But we’re working with what we’ve got and, what we’ve got is Coworking Day coming into view.
Even before the pandemic, Hungerhub.com never required its employees to come to the office. In fact, one employee works full-time from Brazil, and another is currently working virtually from Barcelona.
“The policy is, you can work from anywhere; it doesn’t matter, as long as you’re being productive,” says Sari Abdo, Hungerhub’s chief executive officer. The corporate catering company’s business more than tripled in 2021 and expanded into Vancouver and Calgary as its work force has grown to 30, most of them hired during the pandemic.