The benefits to business of co-working

According to The Co-working Manifesto, co-working spaces are places where ‘connected individuals and small businesses [create] an economy of innovation and creativity in communities and worldwide. Envision[ing] a new economic engine composed of collaboration and community, in contrast to the silos and secrecy of the 19th/20th century economy.’

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In short, people from across the business world work together in one space to give them the structure and professionalism they can’t achieve at home.

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Camaraderie is a key by-product of co-working, and it’s this community spirit that leads to increased productivity and innovation. Everyone has a different skillset and they help each other achieve more. Better still, there’s none of the usual office politics found in larger company work spaces.

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Want to find out more about co-working? Read our full blog post here and visit www.businessfirst.co.uk to discover how you could unlock your professional potential through co-working via Business First hotpods.