The New Users for Creative Shared Spaces

Workers in the state of New Hampshire and beyond are hopping on the coworking concept with a lot of energy and enthusiasim.  More than 5 new coworking centers have opened in the state in just the past few months.  What is it about these creative shared spaces that has people so excited and who are the newest people to adopt this way of working?

Who Uses Coworking?

Many think that coworking spaces are just used by sole proprietors, free lancers or small start up companies.  The newest trends are pointing in another direction.  Larger companies are now using creative shared spaces for their work force.  These spaces come in handy when a large organization has initiatives that they need a group of workers to attack.  The coworking style is perfect for this kind of concentrated work. Other larger organizations recognize the cost savings in overhead and real estate holdings that they normally would have to acquire or manage for long term leases.  The cost savings in coworking is tremendous.  Some large companies are replicating the coworking vibe into their current office buildings to create this working feeling that is so popular in the coworking world.   

Don't Miss Out on the Coworking Trend

It is important to note that projections for the future do not show coworking trends to lessen.  Our advice to new workers, freelancers and start ups is to jump right into the trends.  The market can sustain this need for some time to come.  The fresh and creative vibe that coworking exhudes is here to stay.  Looking for a great space to work in Manchester, NH?  Try the modern and creative shared space at Red Oak.  Located at 66 Hanover Street in the heart of Manchester NH makes this an awesome choice for workers looking to get ahead.