What is Coworking?

Coworking spaces act as hubs of productivity, community and technology offering great network connectivity and opportunities to meet others who work in a variety of industries. They can be utilised by people with full time jobs, freelance careers and even entrepreneurs who want to rent out an office space or a desk for themselves or their small staff. It can be said that coworking spaces are a halfway point between a traditional office and a non-traditional workspace giving you the comfort of working from home and combining it with the professional amenities and networking opportunities that you would find in a corporate environment. The amount of cost savings by working in a co working space is enormous compared to what you spend for a traditional office.

Efficiency, affordability and Flexibility

With this venture we wish to convey that shifting from the traditional work culture to co working is not an expensive step. Rather it would mean accepting the more convenient and evolved way of working at surprisingly lower rates.

Walk into WorkEasy and you’ll instantly notice how different it is from the traditional office. Our sustainable and eco-friendly environment helps boost the electrifying atmosphere that the thrilled and vibrant clients bring to the space.

This brings us to sharing with you the primary reason due to which this company was born, which is, having realized the preciousness of ideas, and how they must not vanish into thin air due to problems that we may be able to help you with.

At WorkEasy, we welcome you to step in, hassle free, carrying with you, only your ideas. The rest – from a professional environment to the technological infrastructure, will be taken care of.

Why you should work in a coworking space?

Imagine working in a space which is tastefully designed and draped in office plants, brainy quotes and elegant interior design. Sounds too good to be true right?

That’s exactly what you get when you choose to work at Workeasy instead of mainstream offices. And you know what the cherry on top of the cake is? It’s way more flexible and affordable than anything you have heard of.

So, let’s look at some of the benefits of working at a coworking space:

Working at WorkEasy coworking space means you are not getting tied up with unnecessary yearlong rental agreements which are not feasible for a lot of organisations and entrepreneurs. That means you can rent a dedicated desk or a private cabin for a minimum of 3 days or 1 week respectively. Bigger conference room can be rented on an hourly basis as well. This drastically decreases the pressure of traditional long term leases and these features are very essential for growing entrepreneurs and companies.

Taste and see if it works for you (we are damn sure it would). It’s flexibility like you have never seen before. It’s flexibility on STEROIDS.

Unlike traditional offices, you only pay for the space you need in a coworking space. Whether you are a freelancer, start up or an established organisation, you will never end up paying for the space you would never use.

 

More importantly, our dedicated desks, private offices and conference room comes with built in functional furniture, high speed internet connectivity, cleaning staff, printing services, bathrooms and a fully functional pantry which drastically eliminates the overhead costs which prove to be a huge burden in traditional offices.

You are never working alone in a coworking space. Whether you are a one man army or a team, there are endless opportunities for you to meet new people and build real relationships which will help you grow and prosper professionally and socially.

 

This is one of the most vital reasons behind the massive growth of coworking spaces in the last 10 years or so. There are no limits to the amount of collaboration which can be done by working in a space where you could potentially meet a new person every single day!

Its ability to connect you with people you otherwise wouldn’t meet is what makes it a no brainer for a freelancer, growing start-up or an established organisation.

Where would you rather work? In a place where you can meet passionate, enthusiastic and likeminded people or in your untidy bedroom or living room?

 

Coworking spaces allow you to surround yourself with a network of professionals across varied fields and let you reduce the loneliness which often comes as a by-product of Work from Home.  

 

Research around the subject shows the importance of those small, seemingly irrelevant conversations you have with the receptionist, a neighbour or the postman can help heighten your happiness. These interactions are the threads that bind coworking communities together. There is a feeling of belongingness as soon as you arrive. From the person greeting you as you arrive, to the conversation with a co-worker sitting next to you, every small part forms a unique working experience.

Let’s be honest. We all have experienced the dreaded Work from Home during the lockdowns. By now we know the importance of a professional working environment and the need of having a place where you go to “work”. While it felt comfortable in the beginning, the majority realised that WFH is not going to work for them. It just isn’t productive.

 

Co working spaces hit the right chord in providing that perfect balance between a professional environment and opportunities to unwind and also indulge in networking and collaborating with other co-workers.

It has got everything in it to let you concentrate on what really matters and maximise your productivity. Stylish set-up, office plants, pin up boards, brainy quotes on walls, open to sky balcony and other amenities play a vital role in forming the complete co working experience.

From the morning meeting flurry to the 3 p.m. slump, your focus and energy levels fluctuate during the workday—and your workspace should accommodate this. Typically, co working spaces blend a range of work environments to cater to different work styles. Offering greater variety than a traditional office, yet greater structure compared with working from home, coworking spaces are optimized for productivity. Progress comes easy in intentionally designed spaces, while intangibles like background music, natural light, and moderated air temperatures keep you energized and refreshed.

Working in a collaborative environment pushes you to strike a conversation with co-workers which often leads to long term and meaningful relationships which are key to growth for a freelancer or a start-up.

 

Breaking out of your comfort zone by meeting new people, you’re required to inculcate creativity and innovation in the face of uncertainty. Traits which are extremely vital to the growth of an entrepreneur or an organisation in the current business environment.

A workday at home can pass in a blur, with minimal structure and without a commute to separate home life from work responsibilities. As a result, this schedule can have you working long past the time you should have clocked off: checking your emails from bed, or reading through project plans before your morning coffee. Coworking spaces offer structure to your day, providing a place to arrive every morning and leave once the work is done. Whenever you choose to start work each day, you’ll find that this structure helps prevent the unbidden creep of work life into personal time.

Who is it for?

Coworking is absolutely the right choice for you if you are an entrepreneur, free-lancer, seasoned businessman, an established company or a start-up.

This is a list of professionals who can make the best use of coworking space to grow their presence:

Architect

Interior designer

Web developer

Software engineer

Chartered accountant

Banker

Financial advisor

Writer

Artist

Photographer

Videographer

Gifting professional

Real estate developer

Real estate agent

Marketing professional

Social media influencer

Lawyer

Financer

Editor

Counsellor

Civil engineer

Psychologists

Nutritionists

basically, this place is for anyone who wants to build or grow professionally while also connecting and collaborating with co-workers from a variety of fields.

Comparing Traditional Offices VS Coworking Space

Whether you are a businessman, entrepreneur, freelancer or a remote worker, you have got two choices at hand when looking for a physical working space. Renting/buying a traditional office or rent a desk or private office in a coworking space.

What would you do? Let us take you through a cost comparison to give you a better idea.

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We are not considering Work from Home (WFH)as a competitor because working in a professional environment cannot be compared to working from your couch. The benefits of a co working space are far more valuable than working at home.