Who Uses Serviced Offices And Coworking Spaces?
Coworking is taking over the world with the UK leading the way and having the world’s biggest market but who uses serviced offices and coworking spaces?
Serviced offices are suitable for many types of businesses across multiple industries. Typically we find that serviced offices are used by:
STARTUPS AND ENTREPRENEURS
Serviced offices are perfect for startups and entrepreneurs because they offer everything you need to get up and running quickly without huge overheads and lengthy lease contacts.
Teams who are working on a specific project who need access to a fully-equipped workspace in a specific location benefit from the flexibility that a serviced office provides. As serviced offices allow leases as short as a month they are the perfect solution for companies that need a suitable workspace without long term commitment.
Large companies often use serviced offices when they outgrow their existing space. Serviced offices provide an excellent solution for large scale organisations.
COMPANIES EXPANDING INTO NEW MARKETS
Serviced offices are perfect for companies that require bases in new regions or countries with short term leases.
WHAT ABOUT A COWORKING SPACE?
Coworking spaces are better suited to freelances and lean startups who would like to rent a desk by the hour, day or month. In serviced offices, the office space is rented monthly. Coworking spaces do provide everything you need but don’t typically have the extras that serviced offices provide such as administrative support.
Coworking spaces are great if you’re looking for even more flexibility, low cost and low commitment. These extremely social, collaborative and creative spaces attract people from all industries, however; the drawback is that if you have a need for complete privacy or confidentiality then you might struggle to find it by just renting a desk.
Some of the main users of coworking spaces are:
- Startup teams
- Digital nomads
- Remote workers
- Field staff