Coworking is a rising trend in the business world, in which independent contractors, freelancers, or businesses share a working environment, giving them the ability to socialize and share ideas. Coworking is beneficial to professionals in many industries. Some of the benefits of coworking are listed below.
Renting office space, especially in large cities such as New York, is expensive and can be impractical for small or start-up businesses, and often require renters to commit to leases of 3-5 years. In addition to rent charges, businesses are also typically responsible for furnishing the office space, paying all utilities, and providing their own supplies. Shared office spaces allow individuals and organizations to rent space without long-term commitment by the hour, day, or month, at rates much lower than that of renting an individual property. Shared office spaces are also already furnished, and provide supplies and devices such as coffee and printers. Utilities, such as water, electricity, and Internet are also included in the cost of rent for shared office spaces.
Coworking allows individuals who would otherwise be isolated to be surrounded by others. This allows these individuals to share ideas, insights and experiences with other like-minded entrepreneurs. Networking can also provide individuals and organizations with more business opportunities.
Many people who work from home find it difficult to remain motivated and focused. Coworking provides a professional environment without the distractions of housework, children, and television.
Located on Broadway, close to Times Square and Bryant Park, Workville coworking space NYC provides luxurious coworking office space. Individuals have 24-hour access to offices, open desks, three terraces, lounges, and a cafe. The sun-filled, open floor workspace provide a professional environment to work and collaborate with a diverse set of professionals from all industries.
Workville knows the importance of networking amongst their clients, and provides events such as pitch nights, demo days, round tables and cocktail hours to encourage discussion and participation amongst them.
Workville’s founders own the building in which they operate, which means they are invested in ensuring the success of the company, providing stability to their clients.