Aaron Swain: Reasons Why Corporations Are Choosing Coworking
When the term coworking space comes up, most people picture startups, freelancers, and remote workers. But that isn’t often the case as more big companies are taking up membership in coworking spaces. This year, 2020, 50% of large organizations are projected to have coworking spaces. And the numbers are set to grow at a rate of 22% until 2022. The reasons for this are not farfetched when you consider the several benefits of shared spaces. Most of which are mostly more attractive than working at the company’s main office.
Let’s take care of each other! Safety and COVID – precautonary measures in KAPTÁR.
Unlike the harsh restrictions initiated during springtime, measures this fall are rather light and limited. Just like before, the safety rules KAPTÁR defines remain fully voluntary (it is completely up to us), as there are no legal regulations introduced that would define such obligations we and other (community) office spaces would need to follow and obey. Most important for us is that you can work and stay safe here, that we look after you and you look after each other.
John Edwards: 5 reason why you should choose FIXIE over office rent
How much do you shell out monthly to pay for your office rent? This question triggers financial nightmares, especially if your business isn’t going how you planned it. Everyone needs a space to work out of, but office rent keeps increasing year on year, making it difficult for most businesses to keep up. These increments hit sole proprietorships and small businesses the most.
Chopin and Nintendo
Zsombor had just freshly finished university when he was already hunted down by one of the top picks on the list of dream workplaces, IBM Budapest Lab (previously known as Ustream). Today, he is pretty much a one-man show representing the complete EngineeringEffectiveness team himself alone. Besides this job, he is also a recognized game developer. Although everything pointed towards becoming a software developer since birth, at one point he got very close to eventually playing on a completely different keyboard.
Hi Krisztián, thank you for accepting my invitation!
Hello Bálint, thanks for having me.