Shared office space is here to stay. Think about it like “Just in Time Inventory,” allowing now companies to focus on the company while having all the amenities of much larger corporations. In short, you pay for flexibility, but that combined with some great peer networking is exactly what clients are looking for.
The Boston Globe defined the shared office space ‘trend’ in a recent article:
“a new kind of office is popping up in neighborhoods from Newton to Chelsea to Boston’s Leather District: communal spaces where you can rent a desk or three on a month-to-month basis, and mingle with other businesspeople around the kitchen’s beer tap at the end of the day. (Unlimited brewskis — or cups of coffee — are included in the rent.)”