Co-Working Space Doesn’t Work
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The model would work if they took care of the actual needs of the business owners versus the thinking they just need a place to meet clients and/or work independently. The recent and ongoing pandemic has shown… We have space at home.
I would argue that working from home has its challenges for many people. Some people have older infrastructure in terms of connectivity. Also, many home WiFi and Internet of Things (IoT) are weaker security-wise compared to Enterprise equipment.
I agree. Many of the folks that sign up for executive office space are exactly what you described. The issue is those people get better service and better bang for their buck with executive space verses coworking/shared space.