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NuvoDesk Podcast Room

Take Advantage of Our Production Rooms

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Take advantage of NuvoDesk’s production rooms


At NuvoDesk, it is our goal to help your small business grow. We have noticed a rise in our members producing podcasts, needing space to shoot professional photos, and a quiet spot to film videos with a green screen. Instead of paying by the hour (which you can still do), we have put together a new production package for our members. 

We wanted our members who use these amenities often to have the opportunity to have access to high-quality spaces and equipment to produce their brand, presence, and voice in an increasingly virtual world more easily.

If you are a business that would use these resources on a constant basis, a production package would save you money in the long run. Take a look at what each production room has to offer:

Video Production Room

Presenter on Green Screen

In our Video Production room, we provide you with an environment to fulfill your creative dreams. You will have access to a green screen wall and a TV. We have professional lighting, tripods, and other equipment available for an additional rental fee. 

It’s easy to set up your own professional camera, webcam, or smartphone and get to recording or live streaming. With the video production room in our coworking space, you can create content your clients and customers crave, like:

  • Snackable social media videos
  • Marketing videos to share on your website
  • Explainer videos
  • Product demonstrations
  • Client testimonials
  • Employee training videos
  • Tutorials
  • Make presentations
  • More!

Ready to produce your video? 

NuvoPodcast Room

NuvoDesk Podcast Room

Everybody is creating podcasts these days to promote their business and share their industry knowledge – and you can too! 

In the Podcast Production room, you will have the opportunity to use quality equipment to produce high-quality podcasts. We provide the soundboard, mics, and headphones; you bring a USB cable! 

NuvoPodcast Room Equipment Provided:

  • Cameras
  • Microphones
  • Headphones
  • Sound Board
  • Mouse
  • Keyboard
  • Lighting

Ready to record your Podcast?  


Production Package

If you use either production room frequently, adding on the production package would make the most sense financially. It’s easy to book the room through the member portal, whether you need it for an hour or all day. You can even hire a technician to assist you in the editing process.

We want your business to have access to everything you need to be successful.

By Leslie Radford
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3 Reasons Why Coworking Spaces are More Fun

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Learn why coworking spaces like NuvoDesk are the best places to work

The office workplace has evolved from typewriters, angry bosses, and rigid office culture to a more fun, collaborative, and flexible space. 

The advancement of digital technology-enabled employees to work from anywhere, particularly outside of their residences and traditional offices. This latter potential can be aided by most notably coworking spaces, designed to foster information exchange, sharing, and community.

Shared office spaces are about creativity, environment, flexibility, and, most significantly, the well-being and enjoyment of those who work there. 

Here are some ways coworking space is more fun. 

Fun Activities

NuvoDesk Nacho Day

Coworking spaces focus on members. They centralize all aspects of running a business from shared printers and staff to amenities. They also integrate all essential technologies including access control, Wi-Fi, printing, and accounting. They also bring everyone together for networking and include everyone in special events. 

NuvoDesk sends out a newsletter every month informing members about special events we have coming up. We like to do things like celebrating National Beer Day where members come together in the kitchen area to have a drink and relax with fun conversation. Some of our members will also plan after-hours networking events to get to know each other and more about the businesses that thrive here. We are all about community and engaging in working together in a fun way!


Effective team leadership is critical to the success of any business. Every group leader should understand the value of delegating and the importance of developing a good team. That’s why NuvoDesk provides helpful tips and business development tips on their social media and blogs to help you stay current on trends. It’s our way of giving you inspiration and motivation to excel in the work you do here at our coworking space in Arlington, TX. 

Game Rooms and Relaxation Spaces

virtual golf

Lengthy workdays and huge workloads can often tire the workforce. Long working hours take a toll on productivity too. Appropriate breaks are necessary to make sure that one is not straining his/her body. Coworking spaces can ensure that breaks are fun for everyone working in the space. 

NuvoDesk offers a golf simulator room where you can practice your swing during a break or even meet with clients. We also have a wellness room where you can take a little siesta in a sound-proof room when you need to clear your head.

A Fun Way to Work

Coworking spaces are well-known for housing many self-employed professionals. It’s no surprise that they are becoming increasingly popular. They provide freelancers, virtual teams, and independent employees opportunities to network, cooperate and form alliances or business cooperation. 

It’s all about building a community that can pull together a diverse range of people. 

NuvoDesk is always looking for ways to make sure our members have ample opportunities to learn, earn, network, and grow. 

More reasons to join a coworking space.

By Leslie Radford
NuvoDesk front desk

Six Ways NuvoDesk Can Enhance Your Working Week

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NuvoDesk offers a flexible neighborhood workspace for professionals who want to split their time between home, the office, and a coworking hub.

After more than a year of working remotely, most of us have gotten used to working outside the office. Rejoining the traditional office setting has become less appealing. The drive to work in traffic is off-putting and sitting at a stationary desk in a static office is not ideal. Today’s workforce wants variety and flexibility.

Working from home (WFH) has benefits that people have come to value during the Covid-19 crisis, including no obligation to commute, a more relaxed dress code, and more quality time with friends and family.

WFH also has challenges, however, not least the tendency for work and home life boundaries to blur. In early 2021, research into the realities of working from home found that people were spending longer at their desks than they did before the pandemic. In the UK, USA, Austria, and Canada, the average length of time employees spent logged on to their computers increased by around two hours a day.

It’s no surprise, then, that businesses are adopting a hybrid approach. This model of working – which allows staff to spend some time at home, some at the company, and some at a third location, such as a local flexible workspace – offers all the benefits of remote working while helping employees stay connected to company culture.

Here, we outline six ways that including visits to a flexible or coworking space like NuvoDesk can enhance your workweek, while boosting productivity, focus, and creativity.

Enjoy a professional environment

coworking at NuvoDesk

Some people boast natural get-up-and-go, while others need to be nudged into the work zone.v It’s well known that our environment has an impact on performance and productivity. Cluttered kitchens or cramped bedrooms acting as offices are not conducive to either.

Modern coworking spaces are all designed with productivity and professionalism in mind. For instance, NuvoDesk has natural light, workspaces equipped with ergonomic desks and chairs, and boasts amenities you can’t get at home or in the traditional office setting. Comfortable and easy-going, NuvoDesk is set up with work in mind and can immediately put you in the right headspace for a good day’s work.

Join a creative community

In the new world of work, visits to the company office are likely to be for the purpose of collaboration, but if your creative juices are refusing to flow between meetings, spending time at a flex space could help.

Coworking alongside a mix of other professionals may spark your imagination, and may even help you find like-minded new friends you can bounce ideas around with.

Fight feelings of isolation

People are naturally sociable beings, and being isolated at home for lengthy periods can have a negative effect on the mindset.

Whether it’s a quiet nod at the coffee machine or a breezy chat over the water cooler, interacting with others at a local coworking space can offer the social buzz we all need to be happier and healthier.

Reliable Wi-Fi

NuvoDesk Server

A key refrain we’ve all heard repeated during the pandemic is that people can now work “wherever there’s WiFi”. However, as anyone who’s ever experienced Zoom freeze will attest, not all WiFi networks are created equally.

Like corporate offices, flexible workspaces benefit from an IT set-up that’s better than anything most of us have at home. NuvoDesk is equipped with a secure, high-speed WiFi network and offers access to printers and scanners, which can remove additional stress from your working day.

Time well spent

Whether it’s checking emails over breakfast or laboring late into the night to finish a project, when you work from home, time becomes more elastic than when you work in an office. On average, remote employees work six hours more per week than they would if based in an office.

Working from a coworking space sets firm boundaries between work and home, allowing you to switch off properly at the end of the day.

Ditch domestic distractions

Procrastination is all too easy when you work where you live. Whether it’s the ever-growing pile of laundry taunting you, your noisy neighbors who don’t get it, or frequent disturbances from family members that break your concentration, it can be tough to properly focus on professional tasks.

Using a physical office space away from home will remove these domestic distractions, providing vital peace and calm so you can focus solely on the workday ahead.

Work Remotely

Embracing a new professional lifestyle can give you the freedom, motivation, community, and convenience you desire. NuvoDesk always has a spot for the remote worker.

By Leslie Radford
NuvoDesk relaxing workspace

Coworking in 2022 – The Future of Workspaces

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How the pandemic has changed how the world does business


Traditional offices appear to have been indisputably altered by the pandemic, perhaps forever. More people are wanting a flexible office space and schedule as they experienced during quarantine. That’s why many companies are offering more remote work, hybrid offices, and allowing employees to make their own schedules. This is not very different from how coworking spaces operate.

NuvoDesk shared workspace

How Work Gets Done Post-Pandemic

According to an interview with New York Times, Grant Christofely, North American associate director of workplace strategy at M Moser Associates, a workplace design company, some organizations still design their offices the same way they did 50 to 70 years ago: static, inflexible spaces where employees perform individual, task-oriented work for eight hours or more per day.

“But that’s not how work gets done, how you make money today,” he said. “You make money from ideas being exchanged. And technology has had a huge impact on the way people work, the way ideas are exchanged. The way ideas were exchanged was changing before the pandemic — people are realizing that the time to change is now.”

Since the pandemic, many buildings that housed offices are converting to coworking-like spaces due to people working remotely. The dynamic for landlords has changed and they’re having to adapt to fill office spaces.

Many businesses are providing standing or mobile desks, portable technology to work where needed, virtual meetings — a more flexible office environment all the way around.

Flexibility is Key

John Harrison, design director of the Houston office of Gensler, the architectural firm, told NYT he believes “the biggest shift in the post-pandemic workplace will be the radical change in flexibility. People’s behavioral habits are going to be different. The physical office must accommodate that in a forward-thinking, creative way,” he said. What will emerge will be “a blended workforce where some people will work from home, some in the office on certain days,” he added.

To make offices attractive to those who choose to work there either occasionally or full-time — rather than at home — companies are creating spaces for employees to socialize and meet, either in person or virtually.

People are better supported when things are movable and changeable, with more options for places to work throughout the day. The workplace needs to become more adaptable and responsive to what individuals and teams are doing. Offering different areas to work, mental break options, and relaxation spaces are also becoming a thing in the traditional office setting. 

NuvoDesk relaxing workspace


An office is no longer a one-size-fits-all place. The new office environment must continually be evolving. Of course, coworking spaces have known this all along.

nuvodesk corporate infographic the future of offices and workspaces

By Leslie Radford

NuvoDesk offers private office spaces, dedicated desks, shared desks, and flexible workspaces, plus numerous amenities — come take a tour!

NuvoDesk flexible workspace couch

What is a Flexible Office Space?

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Learn how flexible workspaces nurture productivity


Unlike traditional offices with fixed and assigned desk positions, workers in a flexible office space can choose the area of the office that best suits their work style. A flexible office space is designed to provide workers with a variety of different places and ways to work. 

Four coworkers sitting at table


What is Flexible Working?

Flexible working is a term used to describe any working pattern that falls outside of traditional office hours or locations (i.e. working in different spots around the same office, working from home or at a remote desk, or working part-time or staggered hours).

Workers who have the flexibility to work in different areas of the office are able to spend more of their time and energy doing great work, and they’re generally happier and even more productive than their seat-specific-bound colleagues. They have the option of sitting outside on a cool morning for a zoom call, typing up documents from the couch, collaborating with a team around a conference table, or working at the kitchen table while having a snack.

Not only does flexible working provide individual employees with the option to work in a way that suits their specific needs and tasks, but it also helps companies reduce costs by maximizing available space. With fewer people in the office at any given moment, it becomes easier to create common areas where teams can spontaneously come together and collaborate, or for workers to spin off into quiet zones with a laptop to concentrate on a particular task.


Important Aspects of a Flexible Workspace 

There are a number of basic elements that you’ll find in most flexible spaces that promote versatility and collaboration.

Versatile office spaces. An existing office can be transformed into different layouts. 

Open-plan designs. The open-plan office concept is a fundamental aspect of the flexible workspace, allowing for free-flowing collaboration between disparate departments.

Quiet areas. Unfortunately, a side effect of open-plan office design is an increase in ambient noise. Having a quiet area can allow an individual to break off to work on tasks individually. For instance, NuvoDesk offers an open space in a quiet corner of the building and private, sound-insulated phone booths to accommodate workers when they need to focus without interruptions.

Coworking collaboration area


Adaptable workstations. Flexible office space often includes non-traditional styles of workstations. Standing desks in common areas promote the idea of moving around to use the space in different ways. In relaxed corners of the office, such as coffee bars and reception areas, comfortable chairs and natural lighting create flexible and inviting spaces where people will want to work.

Shared amenities. When tethered to a single spot in the office, people naturally tend to store the things they need to get things done on and around their desks. A flexible space centralizes these resources and makes them available to everyone who needs them. These shared utilities can be things like office supplies, printers, and snacks, or entire spaces, such as conference rooms or informal common areas.

NuvoDesk Kitchen area

Be More Productive

A flexible workspace removes many of the barriers to productivity presented by a traditional office workspace. All the work is done in a stationary space, from collaborating with coworkers to working on individual tasks to meeting with clients. 

With a flexible office space, people can choose a workstation that makes the most sense for the job they’re doing at that moment. That could mean working from a laptop in a quiet area where they can concentrate, using a casual shared space to catch up with other team leaders over coffee, or using a conference room to collaborate with a large group. A well-designed flexible workspace gives employees the breathing room they need to do their best work on their terms.

A good office layout is one that optimizes for safety, comfort, and functionality. A flexible office space enhances productivity by providing teams with access to the shared spaces and the resources they need to get things done. When workers are supported by an office layout that fosters creativity and responds to their changing needs, they find it easier to meet their objectives.


NuvoDesk provides dynamic, flexible, and beautifully designed workplaces that nurture the needs of workers. Find your groove at NuvoDesk.  


By Leslie Radford
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How Coworking Spaces Can Help Your Small Business Save Money

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Flexible Leasing Terms

Access To Clients

No Hidden Costs 

Coworking space providers like NuvoDesk are saving small businesses money every day. As a rentee, you get to work in up-to-date surroundings and a motivating atmosphere and exchange ideas, and network with like-minded individuals. 

It’s been proven that coworking spaces can help your small business save money that would otherwise needlessly go down the drain. Renting a traditional office space costs more, not just for rent, but utilities, office furniture and decor, and the distance you’d have to travel to meet with clients and networkers. Plus, you’d be locked into a lease for who knows how long.

Take a look at how NuvoDesk could be saving you money and your sanity!

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Flexible Leasing Terms

Whether you need us for a day, a week, a month, or even years, NuvoDesk can accommodate your time here. Coworking spaces allow you a short-term, customized lease. You can change your rental agreement as your business evolves. In other words, you are saving by renting precisely what you need when you need it. All without moving your team every so often from a well-established workspace that suits you, your employees, and your clients.

If you haven’t rented traditional office space before, you might not know that leases often come with a three to a ten-year contract. Can you predict where your small business will be at that time? How many workers will you have, or how much space will you require? Most likely, you would not know the answer and settle for space that doesn’t fulfill your needs. Either it’ll be too small but affordable, or big enough to support growth but taking a huge chunk of your profit.


Access To Clients

There is a tight relationship between office location and access to customers. Budding entrepreneurs are too often facing a decision: starting up affordably in suburbia or cashing out for a downtown workspace. How much you’re willing to pay for a rental office can have a significant impact on your business, especially if it’s a startup. 

Coworking buildings are often found in prime locations and come with parking spots for rentees and their clients. Convenient access saves time for both parties. Coworking spaces can help your small business save money and grow, even in these uncertain times. Partly from significantly saving on the rent and paying only for what you use, and partly due to more reliable access to customers when it matters most.

No Hidden Costs 

An agreement for renting coworking space is relatively straightforward. You choose what you use and pay for nothing more. 

NuvoDesk has plans that include the use of conference rooms if you do need them regularly or plans without them and you can pay as the need arises. All of our amenities come with every plan, so you won’t be nickel-and-dimed to death for each amenity. Again, you only pay for what you need.

Another important way coworking spaces can help your small business save money is through maintenance costs. Whatever incident happens (like the AC going out, the wi-fi failing, or the light bulbs need changing) in the building, the office provider is responsible for covering the expense. Cleaning services are also included in the agreement. It doesn’t mean you should ignore simple coworking etiquette, though; always keep your workplace tidy.


A Few Additional Notes

While coworking boosts entrepreneurs’ creativity and efficiency, the renters profit from full facilities. As entrepreneurship evolves and adapts to new circumstances, coworking spaces are here for you. Coworking has become highly competitive as it offers benefits to startups and small businesses that they would never be able to afford otherwise.

Statistically speaking, over 90% of all businesses in the States are small businesses. A large and growing part of this percent are startups that have created over 3.1 million new jobs in the US in the last year alone. With that and the abovementioned benefits in mind, the bright future of coworking spaces is guaranteed.

Take a look at our membership plans.

By Leslie Radford
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Top 6 Tips to Consider When Choosing a Coworking Space

Top 6 Tips to Consider When Choosing a Coworking Space


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Work Environment 





With 2022 around the corner and coworking spaces projected to exceed 23,000 worldwide, how do you choose the best coworking space that fits your needs? 

Before making your selection, you should consider these top 6 tips when selecting a coworking space: 


1 Location

Location is the most important element when choosing your perfect office space. You’ll want your new office that is within a reasonable commuting distance from your home. Consider local conveniences such as restaurants, availability of parking, shops, and public transit that make it easy to access and entertain clients. 

Nuvodesk location

2 Budget 

Make sure the space you choose offers an affordable and long-term solution for you and your team. If you are going to outgrow the space within a few months, you may want to use a swing space. Determining what your budget is in advance will help you filter out spaces that are much too expensive from an early stage, saving you time and money. 

3 Work Environment 

Determine if you need a dedicated office or if you can work from a hot desk with the use of meeting rooms. See if you can visit the space to work for a day or two to make sure that wherever you choose to work, you can fulfill your foundational business needs. 

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4 Community 

Once you have determined if a space meets your needs and budget, you can look into some of the more fun aspects to the space. Each coworking space fosters and attracts different members from local neighborhoods. Besides the “business” reasons for joining a community, you want to be encouraged to come to work every day, network, and make new friends. 

5 Short-Term or Long-Term

Planning for the future is a fundamental business strategy. How long do you plan on staying at your chosen coworking space? Are you planning on expanding nationally or globally? Does the coworking space you choose offer access to a network of locations? These are important elements that you should have the answer to prior to picking a space. 

6 Amenities 

Choosing a coworking space that boasts unique amenities is always a plus. Aside from the typical free coffee, wifi, and printing, finding a space that can offer above and beyond will make your work life much better. 

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Selecting a Coworking Space

If you are looking for a coworking space, consider NuvoDesk. We are conveniently located off Highway 360 in Arlington, have various workspace options, and amazing amenities. You’ll love the community we have and will make new connections.


Try us out for a day for free!


By Leslie Radford
Coworking Timeline

Historical Timeline of Coworking

Coworking spaces haven’t been around very long. Let’s take a look at how they started and what they’ve evolved into.

Coworking by Year 1995- Present

1995 – The first “coworking” space was actually founded by hackers in Berlin. The idea was to share thoughts, space, and information to complete tasks with those who joined the membership. Also, the word  “coworking” was first used by Bernard DeKoven, who described it as “working together as equals.” A space opened up in New York that same year by a software company with a flexible desk setting. 

2002 – The first coworking space opened up in Schraubenfabrik, Vienna, in an old renovated factory, which began as a community center for enterprises. It expanded to include freelancers and other professionals working with cell phones and laptops. 

2004 – The space in Vienna continued to grow and function under the name of Konnex Communities creating a local network of coworking spaces. 

2005 – San Francisco hosts the first coworking space in August by Brad Neuberg. The space offered desks, free wifi, shared lunches, bike tours, meditation, and massages. It closed after a year.

2006 – London opened up 40 coworking spaces by a franchise network on five different continents. In Germany, St. Oberholz opened up its first cafes in Berlin and offered free internet.  Presently, St. Oberholz offers a true coworking space above its cafe. Coworking Wiki opens in San Francisco. Chris Messina, who created the Twitter hashtag, is one of the co-founders. The first full-time coworking space opens at the Hat Factory (opened in Neuberg’s old space).  Co-founders are Brad Neuberg, Chris Messina, and Tara Hunt. At this time, it was one out of about 30 coworking spaces throughout the world. 

2007 – The first time the word “coworking” is seen on Google’s database and was adopted into the English version of Wikipedia. 

2008 – There were approximately 160 coworking spaces worldwide.

2009 – Germany opens Betahaus, the first official coworking space, and was noted in the largest new magazine, the Spiegel. 

2010 – The first #CoworkingDay was celebrated by the movement. The first European coworking conference took place in Brussels. There were at least 600 coworking spaces worldwide, with more than half located in North America. 

2011 – The first “Coworking Unconference” was located in Austin, Texas. Angel funding started for a network of spaces. Large companies began to explore the coworking idea and opened their own chain of coworking spaces specializing in corporate coworking. 

2012 –  Coworking spaces worldwide add up to more than 2,000 established.  Media outlets such as Twitter have a huge increase of tweets (over 50%) with hashtag “coworking” – more than the prior year. 

2013 – As many as 100,000 people worked in coworking spaces at the beginning of the year. Mid-year, the 3,000th coworking space was founded. An Ontario coworking space offered the first health insurance plan for coworkers. 

2015 – The New York Times writes about a new idea that sees coworking mixing with the home office at a resort or hotel. The story is, “Co-Working on Vacation: A Desk in Paradise.” The main idea of the story is combining coworking and coliving on Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands – a surfing destination. The Surf Office was born, originally opened two years earlier as an experiment, making it a place attractive to freelancers, surfers, and travelers. 

2016 – The coworking and coliving idea broadened. WeWork offered residential coliving in New York City, named WeLive. 

2017 – WeWork raises funding and becomes the most highly valued US private tech company. At this point, 1.2 million people worldwide are working at a coworking space. 

2018– Coworking franchises such as Impact Hub, Venture X, and Serendipity were coming into play. 

2019 – NuvoDesk joins the thousands of coworking spaces across the world.

2021 – With the need for new ways to work, coworking will be ever-expanding.


Coworking Timeline

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How Environment Can Affect Your Workflow

The dreary setting of a cold grey cubicle isn’t anyone’s idea of the perfect workplace. It’s depressing, it’s noisy, it’s sterile, and it’s uncomfortable, and definitely not the ideal situation for productivity. It’s a place that makes you want to call in to work sick. There’s no comfy furniture, no socializing, just you, a phone, a computer, and a desk. The employees’ lounge and workrooms are just as drab.


Day after day you resent the fact that you ever started working in such a lifeless office, and there’s a reason why: Our environment affects our mood, therefore, affecting how we work.

Office furniture, noise levels, distractions, lighting, air quality, and temperature are among the top factors influencing employee productivity. And studies show a parallel to office design and employee efficiency. In fact, a study by the American Society of Interior Designers states that office design is one of the top three factors that influence job performance and satisfaction. Research by the National Institute of Health has found that the colors that surround us have a profound effect on how well we are able to complete tasks – they can be mood enhancers or downers.

Did you know that having a comfortable ergonomic chair helps workers stay focused on tasks, instead of getting distracted by the feeling of discomfort? Studies have found that employees’ productivity can be increased by 17.5 percent. Other studies show that well-ventilated workplaces increase productivity by 61 percent and natural light boosts concentration skills by 15 percent. 

Now imagine going to work in an office with a cheerful color scheme, cushy chairs, and windows galore. The clean lines and sleek spaces are inviting. People are socializing in the lounge, the noise level is minimal, and the natural light coming from the windows just oozes a sunny disposition of creativity and success. All of these things change your mindset quite a bit, doesn’t it? This is the place you’ve always wanted to work in. 

It’s amazing how the right design affects how you work.


Five Reasons to Join a Co-working Space

Five Reasons to Join a Co-working Space

By Leslie Radford

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Minimal Disruptions

Co-working is a new exciting trend that seems to be taking over the business arena. With so many new startups, co-working spaces have offered an affordable solution for freelancers, work-at-home moms, and more. These are the top five reasons you should consider a co-working space.

  1. Perks: Many co-working spaces have perks that are included like fast Wi-Fi, in-house cafes, reception services, printing and copying services, just to name a few. Check out the website or take a tour of the space you are considering to learn more of what’s available to you.
  2. The Price is Right: Whether you’re on a tight budget or have a little change in your pocket, co-working spaces have memberships that will fit any budget. This could include day passes, shared desks, or your own private space. 
  3. Feel the Synergy: You will meet new people with big visions just like you. Network with people from all walks of life and from various industries. Make new friends and grow your business with a tight community that wants you to succeed. This is a great opportunity to collaborate and be more productive. Home offices are great when you’re starting out, but a co-working space allows you to meet collaborators, have a professional place to meet clients, and network.
  4. Improve Your Creativity: With all the different energies flowing around you, you’re bound to be a little more creative. Most co-working spaces are of modern nature with brightly lit rooms and attractive color schemes that will refresh your sense to create.
  5. Distractions are Limited: Anyone who has worked from home knows there are limitless distractions that can interrupt your workflow. Watching TV, napping, doing the dishes or laundry all can take time away from your project. With a co-working space, you won’t have those disruptions and you’ll be able to get more accomplished.

With self-employment on the rise, take advantage of working in a non-traditional office space. The amenities and creative energy will blow you away.

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