In reality, there is a big difference between working in your pyjamas and working in an office environment. The latter will bring more professionalism to your work which will also reflect in the quality of the work you deliver.
Plus, you will never have to worry about the power supply, internet, printers, housekeeping, office supplies or even the food or drinking water supply. It’s all taken care of by the co-working space providers.
And you can just focus on your work.
Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Most co-working spaces host a crowd of freelancers and start-ups consisting of techies, designers, writers, marketers and more. As a freelancer, being a part of a co-working space isn’t just about having a desk to work at and meeting rooms to book – it’s access to networking opportunities to create partnerships, generate new leads and increase revenue. Co-working spaces often host networking events, and community building is one of their priorities.
Freelancing from a co-working space
First thing, co-working spaces can be pretty affordable.
All the co-working spaces offer flexible plans that totally meet your requirements.
For example, you may not require a work desk every day. In this case, you can opt to just get a daily pass for whenever you need the space.
The same plan will work for meeting rooms as well. Whenever you have client meetings lined up, book a meeting room and just get it done the professional way. Once you’ve joined a co-working space, they’ll add you to a booking system where you can easily book a room.
Or if you wish to totally move your home office to a co-working space, you can get a dedicated space for yourself, which will be reserved for you at all times. These range from individual desks in shared spaces to private offices, depending, once again, on your needs.
Getting a co-working space is becoming popular among many freelancers. They love the lively atmosphere, high-end office supplies, friendly colleagues and increased productivity.
All you need to figure out is which plan best suits your needs.
If you think working from home has been affecting your productivity and you are ready to take your projects and business to the next level, getting a co-working space is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your business in 2019.
Many thanks to our Guest Blogger, Surej Shams, of Novel Office in Bangalore, India. You can connect with Surej here. If you'd like to write a Guest Blog on the OneCoWork site, get in touch with our team to pitch your idea!
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