The co-working phenomenon has swept up the world by storm in just a little over a decade, by revolutionising the way millions of people work. In Indonesia alone, last year, there has been at least 65 coworking spaces and creative hubs in the country, and it is predicted that Indonesia will have hundreds of such spaces by 2020, as reported by e27.
From providing an abundance of networking opportunities to the ease of flexibility, it’s no surprise that even The Harvard Business Review’s research has found that people do thrive better in co-working spaces. But, co-working spaces aren’t just for startup companies and digital nomads anymore, either. Big players in the industry are also renting office space from co-working spaces from all over the world, notably Microsoft and IBM.f
So, if your company is looking to expand into new markets, say in Indonesia, you may be trying to decide if joining the co-working revolution is right for both you and your business. Check out our infographic below where it showcases the differences between a co-working space and a traditional office space to help you decide with your decision.
Between traditional office space or coworking space, the most important factor, however, is choosing what fits your organisation for both the present and future. The key to properly evaluating all your options in the market starts with making sure you have all the information about different locations and solutions that may be available.