The coworking industry is facing two huge crises – the external COVID-19 and the internal identity crises. And both seem to be here to stay. But they also create opportunities for the flexible workspace industry to have an incredibly positive social and economic impact and define how the future of work will look like.
The flexible workspace industry from now on won’t be the same and to keep functioning as a business, every flexible workspace must now meet the new requirements. To reopen your coworking space post-COVID you need to invest in extreme cleanliness, top-notch air quality, space improvements, as well as a dozen other aspects. In the post, you’ll find some ideas about how to approach this process.
Coworking 3.0 is the ultimate workspace service of the digital age! The new wave of spaces will provide better facilities in the form of more space through better capacity planning and high-quality fresh air. Coworking 3.0 offers more business and virtual services to satisfy the need of the business community. They also provide deeper work-life integration. Coworking 3.0 is more technologically advanced, efficient, automated, and cost-effective.
The answer is yes, and no because it depends. Read the post to learn what to consider to make the right decision, maintain relatively steady revenue and strong relationship with your coworking members during (and after) COVID-19.
In this post, you’ll find a list of useful blog posts, panel discussions, and other resources, that we believe might be of value to you in these challenging times. We’ll also update this on a regular basis so it’s relevant enough.
The measures you’ll take really depend on the size of your workspace, team, and resources. However, in the post, you’ll find several tips that are applicable in any case. We hope they will help you handle the situation to some extent and keep your workspace business, team and members safe.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is putting huge pressure on flexible workspaces from all around the world. Here are 12 tips to keep your members and team safe.
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Scaling up is a major undertaking for a coworking business. It’s not a decision to make lightly, but you can proceed with more confidence by following these tips. You’ll almost certainly encounter some obstacles along the way, but showing a steadfast determination to tackle them will go a long way.
Relocating your coworking space has many elements in the mix—your community, your team, the logistics, the administrative processes, etc. With the aim to share valuable know-how we interviewed betahaus Sofia—a client of ours that recently relocated their space. Check out their tips & tricks which will help you ease the process both for your team and your community.