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There are many locations, office plans and design elements that are popping up as coworking or shared office space in the state of New Hampshire. Making a good decision about the one that is right for you can be easy if you know what to look for.
The demand for coworking office space continues to grow in New Hampshire. Todays workforce loves the flexibility that this mode of operation offers and the cost savings associated with it. Red Oak's location in downtown Manchester is a great place to work. We have had several folks ask for more private office space that one or two people can use. We are happy to announce that we have just completed three new "glass front" offices in our beautiful space in the Daily Mirror Building at 66 Hanover Street in Manchester, NH.
As a professional who works outside of a traditional office environment, you’re starting to think you could be happier and more productive with a different way of working. We've explored 5 major factors that should be considered when searching for the shared office environment that’s right for you!
Today’s ability to work from home has opened the door for significantly more professional opportunities than even just a decade ago. However, new opportunities bring new challenges, and in the case of the work-from-home professional, these challenges are all too familiar.
All coworking companies offer their clients the same basic product: a professional coworking space for working, collaborating, and meeting with clients of their own, outside of private homes and coffee shops. So what is it about Red Oak Coworking that makes us special, and differentiates us from the others?
It is important to maintain a professional image and to have a place of business with a real address and the ability to meet clients and do work. A professional office space is a benefit that should not be overlooked. When you are not working on projects you can enjoy a quiet and high-yielding environment without the hassles of working from home or out of a coffee shop.