In recent years, coworking spaces have become a popular solution for businesses around the world.
They have created a new environment for companies and businesses of all sizes, allowing workers to mix and socialise with different businesses within their space and, as a result, create new opportunities for a variety of industries to network.
But these types of spaces don’t just boost the social advantages of a business, there are economic benefits of coworking spaces as well.
The cost of a coworking space can be significantly lower than a traditional office lease, though the amount of savings can depend on factors like the length of agreement and number of desks, but for the most part, companies should expect to pay less. Also, it’s worth remembering that things like furniture, internet and reception desk costs will all be included in the price.
For example, if you take a Flexi Space membership with us at The Spine, you will pay a single amount of £24.95 per week and get everything you need to simply plug in and play.
Coworking doesn’t always have to mean sharing of space; it also offers shared use of resources in the workplace. This means that people working in a coworking space often come together resulting in increasing networking opportunities to form potential business prospects and lucrative partnerships.
From high-speed internet and IT Services to vibrant social hubs and aesthetic interiors; coworking spaces are extremely desirable for the modern workforce due to the fact that most of the amenities are free and do not add up as an additional expense. Not only could this see you save money, but it could also give you access to services you would otherwise not have enjoyed – often resulting in greater productivity.
With so many shared work spaces available, the ability to work at any time, in any location is greater now than ever before. Working while on the move is much more of an attractive prospect when you have accessible WiFi, a comfortable place to work and office essentials like printing and coffee at your fingertips while employers can choose to hire the best talent, regardless of location and without expensive relocation costs.
Talk To Us About A Liverpool Coworking Space
Sciontec own and operate a number of coworking spaces across the city including; Liverpool Science Park and Sciontec AI in The Spine and are also developing new, world-class science and technology facilities across the Liverpool City Region.