Over the past year, there has been a growing trend in office space creation. There are now nearly 200 worldwide called Amenity U, which offer designated areas for work or leisure to be enjoyed together.
These new trends are called coworking spaces orDITs(Demand-based Institutions). They are typically smaller, privately managed spaces with common amenities such as food and drink, coffee and snacks, a Work Space, a Meeting Space, a Social Area, a Playroom or Children’s Center.
They provide valuable resources for both employees and employers. For employees, it provides valuable insight into other business owners and their workspace styles. For companies looking to expand their footprint, coworking spaces are an invaluable resource to add value to your organization.
This article will focus on introducing yourself and your company to coworking spaces via the “demand-driven institution” model.
Who uses coworking spaces? 3) Should I start my own? 4) How to start your own? 5) What should my space include? 6) What should I consider when starting a space? 7) Does my space need branding? 8) How can I get the word out about my space? 9) What is the typical attendance at your space? 10) How many members do you want your space to have?
When a space achieves its goals, it feels great. You worked hard and earned your success!
So, how do you know when your space has succeeded in making a difference? How do you know if your space is effective enough to keep going?
There are many factors that determine whether a space makes a difference in the community it serves. The answers to these questions can be found in the reviews of other spaces.