Want the physical perks of owning a large corporation with the freedom and independence of a small business owner? Sharing an office space with other like-minded entrepreneurs just might be the answer.
For some small business owners, buying separate office space in a large building just isn’t a viable option. They want the freedom to grow their businesses the way they want and be in control of their own business goals; however, they don’t want the downside: paying high rent, hiring staff, renting office space, etc. Here are some tips if you’re looking for the best of both worlds:
1. Define Your Needs
Pull out a piece of paper and define what your office day-to-day needs are. Will you be entertaining clients and collaborating with teams? If so, you may need a shared office space with a meeting room. Defining your needs is important because it will narrow down you need in regards to amenities.
Will you be meeting with clients often? Do you need to be centrally located? Depending on your business type, there may be a business district that you should be located in.
Due to the vast number of discrepancies in what different shared office spaces offer in regards to amenities and price, it’s important to shop around and find the right location for your small business.
If you’re interesting in learning more about shared office space, contact YourOffice. We’d be happy to tell you about our central locations, meeting rooms and costs. We look forward to hearing from you.