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What is a coworking space?

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A coworking space is defined as a business office concept where independent contractors, freelancers, and businesses of all sizes work in the same location. Various businesses and individuals from different industries often share these flexible office spaces. The term “coworking space” was coined in 2005, by Brad Neuberg who started the coworking space movement in San Francisco. Coworking spaces evolved, partially as a reaction to the isolation experienced by telecommuters, entrepreneurs, tech startups, freelancers and other small- to medium-sized business owners who usually worked from home or a coffee shop. Coworking spaces meant fewer distractions and a better environment to focus on the necessary tasks. The flexible, monthly contracts appeal to individuals and companies who want to benefit from the synergy generated in a community environment of like-minded professionals that fosters networking and collaboration. Without a doubt, one of the most talked-about benefits of conducting business in a coworking space is the endless opportunities to network.

Coworking space memberships at Venture X are structured on a monthly basis and include business-class printers and copiers, super-fast Internet, a professional business address where mail and packages can be received, along with a variety of amenities including complimentary coffee and water, community spaces, in addition to community managers who offer concierge-level assistance and many other benefits. Venture X coworking spaces have provided today’s business leaders an option to work remotely close to home or even a professional office space to work in while traveling to meet with clients and vendors in other cities. Contact your local Venture X to schedule a tour and learn about the perks of working at Venture X.