Coworking spaces after coronavirus

The coworking industry is becoming a lucrative worldwide phenomenon, and now is the perfect time to break into the business. And as COVID-19 induced lockdowns and social distancing hopefully become a thing of the past, remote workers will be looking to find ways to connect with like-minded individuals now more than ever. A coworking space is a perfect place to do that!

Below, we’ve put together a step-by-step checklist to help you envision, assemble, and scale your own unique space. Whether you’re brand new to the industry or you already know the ropes, you can use these tips to improve efficiency, define your brand and strengthen your space’s community.

Why do you want to open the new space? To make a living? To cross-finance your own startup? To create a national coworking chain? To help your local community?

All are valid answers, but this important first step will help define your entire strategy. You will have to adapt your strategy over time, but your vision should stay intact to make sure your brand is consistent and your members feel valued. Take WeWork for example. Their initial vision — to create spaces for people to come together and innovate — still hasn’t changed, even as their business has scaled up.

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