The research shows that people want to have the choice of where to work
“It’s not just a business decision to go back to the office,” Andrea explains. “It’s a human decision, because if I say I’m going back into the office during the pandemic, my family says, how is that going to impact our health and safety?...The individual going into the office and his or her family and friends are all thinking, am I going to be safe?”
Office Evolution, the nation’s largest and fastest growing coworking franchise, provides people with a way to separate home life and work with locally owned and operated workspaces that are close to home, safe, affordable, and inspired.
“Our message has to nurture safety and security by letting folks know that it’s going to be okay,” Andrea says. “At OE, there’s a predictable community of people who have accountability to each other, so you have that human aspect.”
Here’s how Office Evolution safely "Coworks"—
Greetly’s touchless entry system
Convenient private offices that socially distance, naturally
Cleaning and sanitizing initiatives
Workspaces and offices on lower floors: no need to board an elevator
Signs that guide social distancing and protocols for engaging thorough the space
“Projected that this category will grow to be 20-30% of all commercial real estate, and that’s crazy exciting!”
Office Evolution has more than 70 locations open, 140 units sold in markets across the country and is poised for further growth as the demand for affordable and safe, workspace close-to-home continues to rise.