Claim your spot at these cool co-working spaces around Cape Town, each offering something different to maximise productivity
You’ve seen the new woman working in a nearby office with a weird standing desk thingy, right? You’ve wondered what that’s all about, and carried on walking. Standing desks are the latest trend in desk swag. OK, admittedly desk and chair trends don’t get that exciting – but could this be worth considering? It has medical benefits right? Yes, it does. But it could also take you to the other side of the scale
You’re happily typing away, nailing that proposal that needs to go out this afternoon… and WHAM! Darkness…
But that’s not what’s worrying you – as your eyes race towards your laptop’s battery indicator. 22%. Oh dear. Right… so we reach for the mobile phone to get the hotspot going. 13% battery there. Oh dear.
I am sure many of have wondered in the past what a ‘fully serviced’ workspace means, as it is a relatively modern concept. It is possible that you might not have even heard of this term. I didn’t know what it meant either until a couple of years back.
Have you ever wondered what hot desking is? I mean sure you kind of know what it is, but you didn’t know it is called hot desking. I didn’t know – that is for sure!
Decide if you really need the office space. Businesses used to depend on dedicated offices in order to survive. But many entrepreneurs today are doing just fine with rented office space…
Whether you work from home, in the corner office with the window or from a dynamically serviced office space that is rented on a long or short term basis, much of your business success and productivity is tied to your ability to focus for long periods of time.
Cape Town is renowned for its vibrant entrepreneurial streak. And with our increasing respect for networking and the inspiration gained by creative surroundings the demand for shared office space is growing. Each person needs something different in their work life, whether it be a proper office address and access to meeting rooms, or security and professional equipment…
Landlords rent to a shared work-space provider, which then sublets to individuals, small businesses and other tenants.