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Startups have plenty of opportunities to meet and network with people both in- and outside of their own industry to give their business the best chance of thriving.
People in all types of careers appreciate the flexibility of working in a non-office environment that has the amenities they need, such as fast internet and printing, along with a setup that promotes collaboration and creativity. When the average person thinks of members for coworking spaces, they picture freelancers, those who work from home or remotely, startups, and small companies. However, anyone can use a coworking space, and these are far from the only groups who do so.
There is a growing trend of big corporations taking advantage of the benefits of coworking spaces. Some technological giants are testing the use of coworking spaces for employees so they can be close to and easily interact with innovative startups. Because coworking spaces tend to have a social and collaborative element in addition to the features of a traditional office in a more relaxing atmosphere, it becomes natural to interact with others This gives large corporations access to startups with industry-changing ideas and new talent.
Having employees work side by side with startups and industry innovators does more than make it easier to get new talent; it also provides motivation and increases employee productivity. Employees tend to be more motivated when they see others around them working hard and producing great ideas, giving large companies another reason to use coworking spaces.
The reason so many individuals and small businesses use coworking spaces also applies to larger corporations. No matter the size of your business, coworking can save money, provided you choose the right space. Instead of having to rent an office space, buy furniture, pay for utilities, buy office equipment, and provide coffee and snacks, corporations can just pay a monthly fee to the coworking company and notice savings.