According to Google, coworking is defined as the use of an office or
other working environment by people who are self-employed or working for different employers, typically so as to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge.
Coworking spaces, however, are harder to define, although Nina Pohler
came close in 2011. A coworking space is every workspace with flexible structures that is designed for and by people with atypical, new
types of work - that is not exclusively for people from one certain company.
Types of Coworking
Traditional coworking spaces such as provided by WeWork focus on building community. In such spaces, a variety of businesses and freelancers can connect, support each other, and thrive. The spaces are carved out with hot desks, permanent desks and private rooms to cater to all types of businesses. This is the Sharing without Relationship model and it involves two or more unrelated companies sharing the same space for example GRid70.
These coworking spaces are focused on providing members with
lifestyle benefits like yoga classes, meditation, nap pods (Groundwork,
WorkingUp, CIC Rotterdam, The Farm, Journey Coworking, Spaces Asia, and others), food and beverages, childcare, personal growth events, and much more.
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