Shared offices spaces are known for their flexibility, startup-friendly prices, thoughtful design, and supportive communities. They have varying levels of membership to fit your professional needs, and usually, have conference rooms available to rent for both members and non-members. However, there are many ways to use coworking spaces that might surprise you! Read on to see if a shared office space is an unexpected solution you’ve been looking for with these 5 unexpected uses of a coworking space.
Most people are familiar now with the popularity and rise of coworking spaces. Charlotte coworking is no different with people leaving traditional office space for a more flexible and upbeat environment, but some people may have temporary needs in which coworking spaces make a lot of sense. Maybe you need to record a podcast for work or simply for a new hobby you’re experimenting, update work headshots in a cool, funky space, or want to switch up some work meetings for your company because who doesn’t appreciate a change of scenery?
You may not be in need of a regular office or space, but you want to interview or set a great impression to meet with someone about an important project or idea, you want to have a small seminar or screening and not sure of where to do it. Maybe you have a new documentary you’ve finished and want to share it with your close friends where you can have food and discussion.
There are many unexpected uses for coworking space, so next time you’re thinking of needing a space for a project, you may find yourself realizing a coworking space is a perfect fit.
Launch Factory has plenty of space variation, meeting space for rent, event space, and an equipped podcast and video studio that can help with your unexpected coworking uses.