The last year and a half have completely changed our society. Absolutely all aspects of our life have changed. Work too, of course. It is one of the growing aspects that has seen major changes. To claim that coworking is reinventing itself after the pandemic is indeed the nail on the head seen in the past few months. We explain more in the next few lines.
Teleworking is the biggest news from the world of work over the past year. The coronavirus has forced millions of workers to produce from home, completely changing habits in a stable manner. Who knows if forever?
That’s why coworking is reinventing itself after the pandemic to try to adapt to a new reality. Traditionally, these collaborative work areas were aimed at the self-employed and specific sectors, so that synergies could be created from this meeting. Everyone benefited. But now things have changed. We know this because we were participants in the coworking space The Circle in Son Bugadellas, an ambitious and modern project that bears the signature of Digital Cinema in everything to do with the audiovisual sector.
As I said, from our experience we can see that small and medium-sized companies are currently betting on moving into these spaces. The coronavirus has discovered another reality, namely that many companies can work without all workers having to share the same space. And when everyone needs to come together, having fully equipped meeting rooms that offer quality service is ideal.
One point that small businesses have taken care of is reducing fixed costs by eliminating the fixed office and all associated expenses. In return, they enjoy all the flexible services that coworking offers without focusing on fixed costs for rent, electricity, internet connection, etc.
Another reality that tells us that coworking is reinventing itself after the pandemic is that these spaces have become even more flexible and adapt to all of their customers’ needs. Therefore, their structures, tariffs and all the solutions they offer to companies have changed. After all, these rooms have recently received two more classes of professionals. On the one hand, there are freelancers who have previously worked at home and who do not want to compensate so much and reduce costs with the electricity price increase. On the other hand, workers who do not have a comfortable area at home to do their workday and who choose a work environment like coworking.