As a freelancer or startup company, one of the things you’ll need to decide is where to conduct business. For many solo business owners and freelancers, the obvious choice is a home office. It’s space you’re already paying for, plus you can avoid a morning commute and work around your schedule.
However, there’s a reason why coworking spaces are thriving in a time when a large portion of the workforce is going remote. Private offices in shared office locations and coworking spaces are giving smaller businesses a chance to compete with larger enterprises with a professional workplace, but without the cost of owning or leasing an office.
In a coworking space, you get all the same advantages of having your own office: a personal workspace, high-speed internet, access to office machines, and amenities like a receptionist, mailbox, meeting rooms, and whiteboards. Typically, these things simply aren’t available when you’re working from your living room couch, and they can go a long way in building your business’s professionalism, credibility, and visibility.
If you’re in the midst of the great office debate, consider the advantages of ditching the home office in favor of a professional coworking space that can help you take your business to new heights.
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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.