If any of these cases happen to you or your team on a day-to-day basis, coworking is for you:
– “I have a small house”: Your company is growing, and you feel that your kitchen or living room table is small. If you are developing a startup, you will know that there is a time when meetings with clients or investors happen almost daily and that little corner of your house, which was once perfect, is no longer valid. At that time, the first phase is to move the meetings to a cafeteria, but what if it is still insufficient? The only option is to opt for the meeting rooms, either by renting them or by being a member of a coworking space and having access to those facilities.
– “My efficiency at work is less; I have many distractions”: One of the buts of working at home is that it is very easy to fall into the routine. When you are alone, you do not feel the same pressure when you are in an office, and you see others who are finishing their work before you. If we eliminate the element of pressure and join it to the routine, a totally negative atmosphere is formed that prevents you from being efficient in your work, and that makes you lose attention more easily, falling into the temptation to look at social networks and stay trapped in the network for hours.
– “Wi-Fi goes slow”, “I need a more powerful printer”: When you start working at home, you think that having the internet and a computer is more than enough. When the volume of work increases and you start to fail the wifi, you start to need to print many documents, and your little printer does not give more than itself, that’s when you think that maybe an office space in Saket is the best option for you, and you’re in true!
“I’m tired of spending so much time alone”, “I would like to work with colleagues”: Even if you have thought that your dog’s company is more than enough, we all need to be surrounded by people with whom we can interact. Working at home is very comfortable and gives you a lot of freedom, but at the same time, it also makes you lose the opportunity to be part of a community and to meet other entrepreneurs with whom you can establish interesting working relationships. In addition, being in continuous contact with others revives your creativity and allows you to grow as a professional and as a person, learning day by day from other professionals.
Change of the work model
The digital economy has been remodeling in the profile of the professional. Now, we find professionals who tend to be characterized as young entrepreneurs with activities based on technology. In addition, they are avid for experiences and try to find an environment in which to develop those ideas. Many of them, around 2.3 million during the last year, have found their place in the universe of coworking. These office spaces in DLF cyber city-Gurgaon create real glass zoos.