5 Amazing Benefits of Coworking


It is interesting to note that within a few years, coworking has grown and continues to grow exponentially. So, let’s take a look at this phenomenon and some of the amazing benefits of such spaces.




WeShare offers a fixed monthly rate with annualised escalations on property costs, obligations operational expenses, amortised capital improvements and management fees – providing predictability and stability for every property budget, without long term.


Space flexibility


At WeWork, businesses consume property more efficiently by only paying for the space that they need. That means cutting wasted space and, therefore, wasted spend.




Coworking spaces are way better than renting private offices as it offers you with opportunities of networking. Meeting new people from different backgrounds is always a great way to grow and gain more knowledge. When many goal oriented and accomplished people share the same space at work, there are chances to meet great thinkers, established businessmen and entrepreneurs.


Less office expenditure

Coworking spaces give entrepreneurs and young startups an opportunity to work in a fully equipped office without having to worry about setting up their own private office. Establishing an office can be a tedious task which requires a lot of funds. One major benefit of coworking is that it is the best way to work in an office with minimum investment. By working in a coworking space you can operate your business without indulging in expenses that come with setting up an office.


Coworking with like-minded people


Those who work from home somehow feel that they cannot concentrate on their work because they are at ease or may feel isolated. Socializing with like minded-people and creative minds is equally important to clear your vision and reach your goals easily. This kind of workspace gives you the liberty to be part of a community and interact with them to understand the importance of engaging with other people and exchanging ideas.

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Is a Coworking Space Worth the Cost if You’re Already Working From Home?


If you are someone who has spent many hours working from home, then the move to a coworking space might be a difficult decision. Even though working from home has a lot of pros there are a few cons too. The biggest advantage, especially if you’re living in Belgrade, is the precious time you save in commuting. Other advantages, like being able to take care of household errands, can be a major plus too. But it’s also true that working from home can be incredibly lonely, especially if your job does not require you to talk to a lot of people.


As far as distractions go, It is definitely true that you will be dealing with a lot more noise in a coworking space than you did at home. But these so-called minor distractions, are in fact what keeps you awake and focused.




Some people love networking, others don’t.  Regardless of how you feel about it, networking remains one of the most powerful tools in achieving success. Unlike popular perception, coworking does not necessarily mean you automatically have to fake a smile at dozens of strangers, it just means that there are endless networking possibilities whenever you feel like it. There are all kinds of people in a coworking space, and people who choose to focus on work can do so without any problem.


Coworking spaces aren’t really expensive when you take into account endless amenities you get. Regardless of whether you are a startup with employees or a self-employed individual, there are coworking spaces that should fit your budget and needs.



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Co-working spaces vs. Private offices: what is right for you?


Not so long ago, the co-working phenomenon has changed the face of business real eastate for better. Co-working spaces aren’t just for digital nomads and startup entrepreneurs anymore, either. WeShare, offers a innovative culture of modern without traditional costs and obligations of past decades. The emphasis is on community and work as fun.  Our hybrid of hospitality and technology has made the co-working model a reality in Serbia.

If you and your team are just starting up or looking to expand into new markets, you may be trying to decide if joining the WeShare co-working revolution makes sense.

Option 1: Coworking space

If you’re an indipendent entrepreneur or part of a small team, co-working is most likely the right choice for having a dedicated location for work. Yes, it’s more expensive than working from home, but but bear in mind many amenities co-working spaces offer. For example, expenses such as office furniture and renovations are included in your rent, as well as electricity, high speed internet, parking, printing services and other utilities. Not to mention there are no high up-front costs or long-term commitments, what so ever.

Option 2: Private office

When deciding between a co-working space and a private office, ask yourself how your current and target clientele will perceive your business.  If you are a business owner that relies largely on face-to-face interaction with clients, consider the impression that your being in a non-dedicated office will leave on your clients. A co-working space, for instance, gives you less control over whom you surround yourself with and your ability to minimize distractions

The truth is – there is no one universal answer. Many businesses start out in a co-working space and found that as our business grew, it made more sense to scale up our headquarters in a private office. What you need from your environment will change as your business changes. Keeping an open mind and maintaining an attitude of self-evaluation are the best ways to ensure you’re in the right space.

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