Welcome to the year 2020, where things are not, well, quite right. We are frustrated, upset, and trying to make sense between the lines of emails we are receiving from the stakeholders of our lives.
Over the last two decades, coworking spaces have taken over the world. Coworking offers a place where freelancers, consultants, start-ups, and large corporations can all work under the same roof.
Similar to the open office spaces, private office spaces provide startups and SMEs with a flexible workspace that can be rented daily, weekly or monthly.
The perks of working from home are clear. Many people like having no commute, and they find they save money when they don’t go into the office.
Coworking spaces advertise the benefits of flexibility, productivity, and creativity, and there is a psychological explanation for why they work so well.