Struggling to Reach Your Usual Office? Try Out Coworking Space!
With the start of the new year coinciding with a number of days of disruption on the rail networks due to strikes, it could make it challenging for businesses looking to get 2023 off to a strong start but having staff unable to reach their usual workspace.
Coworking spaces across the UK are ready to step into provide a professional working environment. Many offer short-term arrangements for access, and it’s a great opportunity to see what a different working environment could do for your business and personal productivity.
The services and facilities offered by coworking space providers will vary, but usually include WiFi, kitchen facilities and everything you need to get going at a desk. It’s a great way to expand your business network, and many coworking spaces run regular events to bring their clients together.
Coworking space has long been popular with freelancers and small businesses, and the growth in hybrid working has expanded its use amongst people seeking a professional working environment alongside their main office, or as an alternative to working from home.
Options available can include anything from a few hours right up to an annual pass for a desk, or a shared or dedicated desk, so there’s scope to find the coworking space that suits your circumstances. Membership schemes can offer access to multiple locations.
You can use the Flexible Space Association’s workspace directory to see what’s available near you; for best results, search using a postcode.
All Flexible Space Association members sign up to our Code of Conduct, giving added assurance of the highest standards of service.
Pictured is coworking space at FlexSA member Co-Space, in Reading.
3 January 2023
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