Coworking offers businesses a more functional and useful space than traditional offices, at a fraction of the cost. Companies may need to accommodate potential investors, customers, and partners in their office space. Despite recent events, studies show that WeWork only had 2% market share in the flexible office space industry, and many of its customers were large corporations such as Google, Microsoft, and Salesforce. Coworking spaces provide first-class shared services, such as coffee shops, but access to private spaces or meeting and conference rooms is provided through a paid credit system.
Coworking spaces and shared offices have a responsibility to keep their spaces disinfected and safe for tenants. This allows people in the space to feel safe and helps them to recreate their lost office culture, while still maintaining physical contact with each other and keeping the space minimal. For example, if you need more private rooms for more space to rest, don't move to a fully open office. In the past few months, companies have had to move their physical office spaces to virtual spaces, which has been a difficult task for many companies with traditional infrastructures that were designed to support a fraction of the workload.
If you're considering a flexible office for your team, Breather has hundreds of private, fully furnished office spaces that can be rented on flexible terms for months or longer. Providing companies with the opportunity to develop office culture by providing a space where staff can safely socialize and work together is essential. It's something that working from home doesn't offer. People want to know the difference between the costs associated with adding office space to a traditional lease and adding space to a coworking lease.