Coronavirus Fuels Work-from-Home Trend in Shared Office Space
The Coronavirus has impacted everyone and every market segment. However, for the shared workspace industry, this may be the start of something much bigger.
Many companies have temporarily sent home their workforce. While working from home has presented its own set of challenges, many of us are left wondering if this is the new norm.
FirstCoast News, an ABC Affiliate out of Jacksonville, FL, recently sat down with Office Evolution franchisee, Michael Wielgus, to talk the current state of business today.
The idea of the concept is to build locations close to where workers who would normally commute and live. Parents can be closer to their children's schools and companies can cut down on a physical footprint.
Coworking is in high demand. JLL reports that coworking currently represents 1.6% of commercial real estate and is projected to grow to 30% by 2030.
Read the full article on the Office Evolution website.
At Office Evolution Hackensack, we provide virtual office, coworking, and flex office private office solutions at our shared office center. We offer meeting rooms, offices, hot desking in a shared workspace coworking lounge, a shared reception, a business address, and virtual receptionist services. We have many options and price points, and all terms are flexible. Plus, you become part of a community of like-minded professionals.
Whether you live in Teaneck, Bergenfield, Maywood, Teterboro, Hasbrouck Heights, Moonachie, Little Ferry, Rochelle Park, Dumont, Bogota, River Edge, New Milford, Hackensack, Englewood, Paramus, Tenafly, Fort Lee, and other communities nearby in Bergen and Essex counties, choosing Office Evolution Hackensack in New Jersey will help you be more professional, productive, and profitable.
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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.