Whether you are a first time founder, serial entrepreneur, remote worker, side-gigger or freelancer, coworking spaces offer a flexible working environment with varying service levels and, perhaps more importantly, community.
With the gig-economy leading to less traditional office settings and more temporary assignments, people may find themselves missing the camaraderie and routine of the office each day. As well, seclusion can have a negative effect on remote workers. John Donne wrote, “No man is an island entire of itself.” For some, working in isolation stifles the impromptu communication and collaboration that fosters innovation. Hellen Keller said, “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” Similarly, an article on theconversation.com states, “