If you’re a real estate investor, start-up or hipster tech-type, you’d be forced to hang your head in shame if you dared to reply to this question with anything other than a resounding “yes!”. Yet, for the rest of the world, co-working is still a relatively new concept which bears significantly more weight than simply being surrounded by your colleagues.
Co-working is a revolutionary shift in the world of work; the amount of space dedicated to co-working has doubled worldwide year-on-year since 2006. Demand already outstrips supply by a factor of 3:1 and over 65 million small businesses are expected to join by 2020. So, which key elements define a co-working space?