The tech and creative start-up industry have a range of dynamic options when it comes to choosing a base of work, from simple remote working to the more client-facing side of private and shared offices.
Flexible office space options offer compelling and exciting work environments and are valuable to start-ups for a number of reasons including better growth potential.
For many project-based businesses, there are times where you require more team members but only for the duration of the assignment. A home office or remote working simply isn’t viable in those situations and so it can be beneficial to relocate temporarily to a more centrally located office, without taking on a big financial commitment.
For other new businesses, the option of shared or private offices within creative spaces is needed to help save money when an initial office investment was perhaps too big a leap and downsizing is required to ensure its continued success.
So, if you are ready to discover how a shared workspace or private office is right for your business, then take a read of our guide below as we investigate the benefits of both forms of office space.