A Starter's Guide To Cooperating Spaces In India
Post on 12,September 2020  
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With the extensive availability of resources and tools people can now work from virtually anywhere. But for a freelancer or self-employed professional in India, working from home or from inside a metro ride doesn't seem too easy. In the end, you'll need an office space to manage proper work.

But, seeing CRE 's soaring rent rates and the hassles involved in getting a workspace, most people are straying away from the thought. It is when, co-working spaces or shared office spaces come into the picture, with no-nonsense frills promising easy work atmosphere.

What co-working spaces actually are?

Many small business owners and independent professionals who haven't heard of coworking spaces need to know the basics of this before renting out their own workspace.

Shared office or co-working spaces are volunteer work areas that involve a variety of people from different work backgrounds managing their projects under a common roof with all the amenities of an established bureau.

An average co-working space often includes dedicated and open desk spaces, conference & meeting rooms, private cabins and private offices, break-out areas, group gathering areas such as a hall, and other communal recreation areas such as a lounge. These spaces are designed bearing in mind the absence in traditional offices of a productive and collaborative environment that many of us would agree with. Those co-working spaces come with flexible memberships to suit most of its members' business needs.

How does a co-working space function?

There could be an individual or group of administrators present in a co-working space at any given point of time who looks after the functioning of it. These spaces in an office brought down the hassles of scouting and zeroing.

Just rent out the workspace you need as an individual. Whether it's a dedicated desk that comes with access to computer printers; or a hot desk option that's like a "sit-where-you-like" option. Members can explore the viable option suiting their needs and starting working on the same day.

How can you find the most suitable co-working space?

Besides searching for nearby co-working spaces on Google, experts suggest using the free day-pass provided by most of these shared office providers to attract new members. Some may offer a 3-day or 2-day pass, while this may be just a day for some. You can explore the atmosphere, culture and amenities of a co-working space through these free passes; thus giving you a fair share of the idea of how best to use them.

This also helps you to directly book your coworking space from their website without wasting time. The providers even offer remote workers a 360-degree 3D view of their premises.

How much do co-working spaces cost?

Renting a flexible desk in a co-working space is just as cheap as buying a few cups of coffee a day in a cafe, as per deskmag. Co-working spaces cost varies from city to city, with each of them having their own plus points or amenities to attract people. Most shared office spaces offer monthly membership passes where every professional can choose between a hot desk, private space, meeting rooms, training rooms, virtual room etc.

A flexible plan will help you fuse the trendy and motivated environment within your own convenient timings. It also works great when you 're looking forward to cutting overhead costs. This is all more convenient than working in coffee shops, or from home and elsewhere.


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