Tag: Co-Working

Ways CoWorking benefits the Workforce

13th February 2019 Off

Coworking spaces are the perfect balance between traditional offices and working from home. A shared and more relaxed professional atmosphere that can involve all kinds of companies and professionals. Shared working spaces work so well that according to our research, we can expect a 90% increase in only 3 years! If you’ve ever worked in a co-working…

By Vithoria Escobar

Tips for Networking in CoWorking Spaces

6th February 2019 Off

Today’s CoWorking post is all about how to network like a pro in your Co-Working space! The greatest thing about coworking hubs is the mixture between professional and casual. It is a highly professional and innovative office but in a flexible casual environment, which makes them the perfect place for networking. Coworking spaces bring together…

By Vithoria Escobar

Can Co-Working Solve The Talent Shortage?

23rd January 2019 Off

The rise of co-working spaces in Europe is a sign that the world of work is dramatically changing. The workplace of today looks completely different in many respects. Besides obvious technological changes, flexibility has become a key benefit for many employers and traditional offices are redefining the concept of space. Thanks to modern technology, a…

By Valentina Magli

Co-Working Hubs – Future Trends and Predictions

4th October 2018 Off

There is no doubt that co-working spaces and practices are on the rise globally! But what makes those spaces so effective? And what can we expect in the future?  What is Co-Working? Co-working essentially is a shared way and area for working. It involves open workspaces designed to bring different workers together. In the past,…

By Vithoria Escobar

PRESS: Home, hub or hybrid? – SmartWorking

4th June 2018 Off

Former Dragon’s Den star Bobby Kerr on why SmartWorking will define the future workplace Former Dragon’s Den star Bobby Kerr believes that the workplace of the future will be up to the employee to decide. The leading businessman said, although social interaction with colleagues is important, employers need to allow their staff more flexibility. “While…

By Louise O'Conor