The co-working movement is built on a foundation of human connection.
Co-working spaces have traditionally been associated with tech start-up, though now there is a space for every need, including high end corporate. Co-working provides you with access to a network of connected professionals. This network means you can ask questions to like minded professionals. If they don’t have the answer for you, they can perhaps connect you with someone who does. Leveraging a co-working space not only can drive innovation, but it plays into evolving work environment trends.
Flexible isn’t often a word that comes to mind when you think of corporate work spaces, but with the rapidly growing trend of corporate co-working, flexibility is becoming a priority.
Driven by a global push for workplace agility and a cultural shift to more flexible offices, global corporations and top tier local companies are enhancing their corporate real estate portfolios with co-working.
For forward-thinking organisations, co-working now plays a key role in facilitating interaction between large corporations and start-ups and in incubating the evolution of a new business ecosystem.