September 30, 2016
Just about anyone who is doing business is aware of the growth of co-working. Once a niche offering, the co-working concept can be considered a “truly disruptive workplace alternative,” according to Selina Khorana with PDR, a workplace design company headquartered in Houston.
Khorana said tends driving the growth – and acceptance – of co-working include an increase in freelancers and the self-employed, and Millennials, who prefer more flexible spaces.
Co-working spaces come in a variety of shapes, sizes and formats, but the spaces focus on community, openness, collaboration, sustainability and accessibility. Additionally, co-working founders are adding extras to their services, such as yoga studios, concierge amenities and event management.
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