Coworking is a relatively new concept to create accessible, innovative and collaborative workspaces that move beyond the traditional work-alone office or home-office environments. The concept is that while you may work FOR yourself, you do not need to work BY yourself. Many small businesses and freelancers are looking to transition out of their isolated work environments and into a creative workspace that will raise their business to the next level.
Coworking is a movement that is redefining the way we do work. The idea is simple: Independent professionals and those with workplace flexibility work better together than they do alone. Beyond just creating better places to work, coworking office spaces Toronto are built around the idea of network-building and sustainability.
Toronto Coworking office spaces serve as the hub of activity for independents. It’s like a community office space for self-employed developers, contractors, freelancers, mobile professionals and small businesses. Like-minded businesses of all kinds come together in one facility to share resources, create a community and reduce operating costs. Rent a space by the hour, the month or anywhere in between.
Coworking is an affordable and flexible alternative to renting or buying office space on your own. The benefits are shared space and office furniture. You pay a monthly fee that includes mail service at a prestigious business address and access to the Toronto coworking office space. Then you simply pay for each visit or buy a monthly plan that best suits you office-time needs.
As a Toronto coworking office space member you also have access to amenities such as the use of conference room, shared fax, reception service, kitchen and free coffee or tea. When you share office space in the coworking facility, you are saving $300 to $400 per month on utility bills and not having to rent space you don’t need.
Coworking is also a great for networking, as your potential partners or deals could come from the small business owners in the same Toronto coworking space.