Guest post by: Industrious

The market for flexible workspace has grown significantly over the past decade, catching the attention of startup companies and enterprise-level businesses alike. Today, flexible workspace is becoming the norm for many employers. Here are three benefits of flexible workspace:


The elastic terms provided by a flexible workspace provider gives tenants the ability to scale as their needs change. This means a company can grow into a private office, or multiple private offices, as well as scale within the same building, all without having to change addresses.

Flexible workspaces can also reduce the burden of high upfront capital costs and fixed expenditures — giving your company more cash on hand.


As the competition for top talent heats up, companies must adapt their workplaces in response to changing demands and expectations of employees. Flexible workspaces offer a wide range of hospitality-focused services and amenities — from a welcoming reception area and dedicated community manager to daily snacks and refreshments — creating a warm, welcoming atmosphere and positive workday experience for all employees.


Flexible workspaces also give tenants access to a supportive community of other business professionals to work around. This means companies and their employees have endless opportunities to network and socialize with other members — both throughout the workday and during community programs and events.

Adopting a flexible workspace can save you time and money, accelerating move-in time while reducing capital expenditures and operational costs. Flexible workspaces can also provide you with the flexibility, amenities, and community that a traditional office lease and space cannot.

So what do you have to lose?

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