Category: Coworking

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Co-working space or regular office?  Here’s your answer.

In this era of the popularity of flexible and Coworking office spaces is on the rise and continues to challenge traditional conceptions of what an office space could be and should look like.

Everyone has a different personality and no business or employee approaches their work in the same way, meaning that different office approaches are suited to different people and or companies and organisations. 

As far as the definitions go ‘Traditional Offices’ are solely yours, which means only employees of one company can use that one particular office. Each person is given a cubicle or private office. 

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What is Coworking?

Coworking is an open and cost-effective space where people share an office and help each other with their work and talk about their problems, bounce ideas around which also brings forth many new start-ups and brings forth fresh perspectives from people of different backgrounds. 

Instead of everyone being in the same industry working for the same people having the same employers and bosses, In Coworking people come from all types of companies having different aspirations and different sets of tools. 

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Coworking Space, what it is and why you should choose it?

Coworking space is an open and cost effective space where people share an office and help each other with their work, talk about their problems and bounce ideas . Co-working also brings forth many new start-ups and brings forth fresh perspectives from people of different backgrounds. 

Everyone being in the same industry, having the same employers and bosses is pretty boring. Coworking also ensures that people come from all types of companies having different aspirations and different sets of tools. 

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How to find your Shared Office space

Intro: The basic idea behind shared office space is as the name suggests, an open office where people bounce ideas off each other, talk about their work and problems which also brings forth many new start-ups and brings forth fresh perspectives. Instead of everyone being in the same industry working for the same people having the same old boss, people come from all types of companies.

Whom is Shared Office Space for and why?

You may be a startup founder, web designer, writer or an entrepreneur starting your own journey looking to make it big in this world but lost and out of ideas, tired of distractions in your house, you might want to look at shared office spaces near your locations.

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Must-follow Covid Precautionary Measures for Coworking Occupants

The entire world is facing the adverse effects of COVID-19. While most of us have spent over two months in quarantine, we all are looking forward to the end of lockdown soon.

Lockdown 4.0 came with a little more relaxation, and some of us resumed work from the office. As more and more individuals get ready to go to the offices, it’s essential to take key measures to protect ourselves, our families, and the society at large.

InstaOffice has taken all necessary measures within it’s office spaces and continuously working with the Industry partners for adopting the necessary steps to fight the pandemic.

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Coworking – Yay or Nay?

Coworking is one of the most innovative concepts which have tremendously evolved over time, and we all have been a witness to the unprecedented increase of the acceptance and adoption of the concept.

While you save up on all the time, money and effort you would have committed to investing in unnecessary office maintenance issues, you also end up drawing much more value than you would have drawn in your own office, around a limited set of people. Further, Start-up co-working spaces contribute to the productivity of the members with their events and and are indeed highly helpful. Co-working spaces are ideal for a growing startup as they not only help save cost but also help in bringing together the creative people together and let the various innovative ideas collide.  Here are the ways in which start-up co-working spaces are actually helpful :
  • Affordable There are so many options at ones disposal while looking for a perfect co-working space that fit according to their budget. Sure, the rent is not generally cheaper on a per-square-foot basis but it is inclusive of the various facilities that a co-working space offers. Working at a co-working space is always an affordable option in a long term lease. 

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Shared offices vs Private offices

Whether to take up a shared office or a private office is one of the most important points of evaluation for all companies  – whether it’s the early stage startups of today or large corporations.

The choice between both can be further evaluated by weighing the pros and cons  of shared and private offices based on the company’s needs.

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Growth is a universal goal for all companies – they all want to be scaling this path to get higher than where they are. While private offices would require a large amount of payment upfront and constant maintenance costs, it would take restrict the company’s growth. However, in shared spaces, you do not have to pay large sums, and you can easily upsize and downsize as per your requirements and budget in the long run – making it easy for you to focus what you are really there in your company for.

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Corpoworking Workplace

With coworking at the spearhead of the unprecedented revolution in the real estate industry, influencing the work conventions and environment of the corporate offices, ‘CorpoWorking’ is the future of a new corporate culture. The motion that helped in shifting the traditional outlook for offices to a co-working environment has made it’s way into the organisational setting.

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Coined by LBMG Labs, “Corpoworking” is the corporate world’s take on coworking, aimed at providing employees a respite from a traditional office setup and engaging them in a coworking-like environment, redefining the meaning of a modern corporate phenomenon. The corpoworking concept isn’t needed to permanently enter the traditional work setup but can co-exist for an alternative, collaborative and pliable environment. 

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5 Books That Will Change Every Entrepreneurs Life!

f there’s one common denominator that a lot of successful entrepreneurs share, it would be them taking the time to invest in themselves.

For one thing, they read books—lots of them! Mark Zuckerberg made it his New Year’s resolution to read a new book every other week with the intent of learning different histories, beliefs, cultures, and new technologies.

At this point, you’re probably wondering how he’s taking the time to read so much despite how busy he is running such a massive company, so what kind of excuse do we have for not reading?

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Offices that Foster Creativity, Efficiency and Collaboration

39% of employees surveyed in a recent study felt that people within their organizations did not collaborate enough, while 86% of executives and employees “cite lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures.”

While these statistics shed light on a need for more collaborative and creative offices, they have also led to one side learning from the other.

Large corporations like Google, Facebook and Virgin America have embraced this need and their office space reflects their ethos.

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It’s Important to Align Office Space and Office Culture

Office space and office culture, when deeply intertwined, can immensely affect employee attitude towards their company.

A 2014 study entitled ‘The relative benefits of green vs lean office space’ found that while the minimalist look might be the height of fashion, it was making most employees feel pretty low. Just adding some small personalized elements can hugely improve morale and productivity.

There was a time when a cubicle represented not drudgery and sameness, but freedom and individuality. As a reaction to this office environment, Herman Miller originated the first panel-based office plan, then called the “Action Office.” Designers Robert Probst and George Nelson intended the Action Office to be a space where efficiency and productivity could reign, without trampling the needs of the individual.

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Creative Destruction – Coworking

“New lifestyles prevail once we have replaced or “destroyed” the old ways of doing things.”

This is what we call Creative Destruction. On 10th September, 2016, Vikas Lakhani (Founder, InstaOffice) took the stage at the Coworking India Conference 2016 to shed more light upon how there could have never been a better time for Coworking to creatively destruct the Real estate Industry by creating value for both landlords and tenants.