– Harvard Business Review


Coworking spaces are normally accessible 24/7. People can decide whether to put in a long day or take a long break in the middle of the day . They can choose whether they want to work in a quiet space so they can focus, or in a more collaborative space with shared tables where interaction is encouraged. Autonomy is valuable and enables an optimal degree of control for independent workers.


Say no to lease burden, traffic jam and high heels. Your time is precious as an entrepreneur – so saving time where you can is essential. Luckily, coworking can introduce you to people who have the answers that you may be looking for.

You can save energy by learning about new resources, apps, best practices and more from the people that you cowork with. Since you’re all facing similar challenges, chances are someone in the group has found some type of solution – and a lot of times that solution can be found in your own backyard.


The value of coworking is in the relationships, far more than the resources. In just a short amount of time, you have a network of people that you can instantly ask advice from – on anything. When you make coworking a part of your weekly routine, you can get the support you’re looking for from people who understand – and they are exactly the type of people that you need to be around.