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Your business is a dynamic enterprise. It can grow, build, change shape, and point in new directions in the blink of an eye. At Lakeside Executive Suites, this is how we approach office space. We don’t build boxes. We create workspaces that are as future-minded as the entrepreneurs who occupy them and that deliver the flexibility and technology required to operate on the cusp of tomorrow. Whether it’s a full-time office space, or just a meeting room for the day, we offer a range of options and services designed to help you conduct business your way.

Flexible Alternatives to Traditional Office Space: Coworking
Posted On May 18, 2021 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

Many people associate coworking spaces with individual freelancers and boot-strapped start-up teams. While coworking hubs offer the ideal workspace for these workers, large corporations may also benefit from investing in coworking memberships for their remote employees.  

Statistics show that many major enterprise corporations such as Microsoft, General Electric, and Salesforce provide coworking memberships to their employees. Enterprise adoption of coworking spaces is on the rise, showing a 90% increase in utilization. (CNBC)

Increased Productivity

While working from home may offer an employee flexibility, it also offers many distractions and interruptions. Kids, spouses, and pets all compete for attention. Home-based workers can quickly lose track of time as they watch some TV, take a shower, clean the house, or cook a meal. Homes are for living in, and offices are where work happens. 

We’ve seen a lot of data lately about hybrid work being the future, a recent survey conducted by Zoom, found that 65% of respondents who have been working from home said that a hybrid work environment was their ideal work model. 

A coworking space provides employees the opportunity to work in a professional environment when needed while still giving them flexibility to work from home. Coming into the office preps the mind for work, and being surrounded by other like-minded individuals encourages focus. Higher profits are the result. 

Coworking Provides Flexibility

Traditional office space requires a lease agreement with 3-5 year terms and significant upfront expenses. Companies can reserve coworking space by the day or month. There are no long commitments or hefty deposits. If a worker takes a vacation or needs medical leave, there is no need to pay for space that isn’t in use. 

Coworking is also scalable. Companies have the option to rent private office space and meeting rooms on demand by the hour, day, week or month. Whether you need to assemble a team for a short-term project or a long term agreement, coworking offers the flexibility to grow with your business.  

Coworking Space Is Less Expensive

One of the key benefits of coworking spaces is that it is cost effective. Some workers require dedicated offices, but many do not. In today’s digital age, few people are responsible for paper files that they must keep under lock and key. Coworking provides 24/7 access to a workspace for remote workers. The spaces come ready-to-go with all the essentials, including furniture, internet connection, printing center and reception service all for a low monthly fee. If a worker needs to meet with clients they can book a private office or a meeting room. This type of work model significantly reduces overhead costs compared to a traditional office. 

Designing workflow to be compatible with a coworking environment allows businesses to save significant amounts of money. Profit margins will be much higher without the expense of traditional office space. Those savings can be pocketed or re-invested. 

Chances to Network Increase Sales

Marketing is expensive and time-consuming. The easiest and cost effective way to market is by leveraging your network. Word-of-mouth and referral clients are usually willing to pay more because they trust your reputation. These types of clients are also known to be highly loyal, which reduces your churn rate. 

A coworking space is a great place for networking.  It is easy to partner and collaborate with other members. Members who work in the same industry can team up to help tackle larger projects, and members in related fields can refer clients to each other. 

Coworking leads to increased productivity, decreased expenses, and may even bring you new clients. Lakeside Workspaces in Weston, Florida offers daily and monthly coworking options with 24/7 access, high-speed internet, and free parking. Contact us at 954-389-2511 to find out about all of the perks that we offer. 

3 Reasons to Bring Workers Back to the Office
Posted On April 19, 2021 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

It has now been a year since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and it seems like the emergency is slowly coming to an end. With vaccine rollout already underway, businesses are starting to think about how they can encourage workers to come back to the office. 

Despite the fact that companies have realized that working remotely can work, the role of the office continues to be as important as ever. Moving forward, companies want to continue providing the flexibility that remote work allows, while still finding opportunities to bring workers together in person. 

Employers aren’t the only ones thinking about going back to the office; employees have figured out after a year that working from home is not all it’s cracked up to be. The reality of using an inadequate space as an improvised home office was soon reflected on declining productivity, inability to concentrate fully on tasks, a slow internet connection, and many other problems that made employees actually want to come back to the office.

If you are still unsure if you should bring your employees back into a workplace environment, here are 3 reasons why you should: 

Health and Wellbeing

It is true that the pandemic made us hyper aware about our own physical health, but less consideration has been made on our overall wellbeing including mental health. A study by Columbia University looked at the experiences of people around the world and found incidences of depression and anxiety across North America, Europe and Asia. This has been linked to the lack of social connections and  the distancing we’ve had to endure. 

Work is a place where we not only can connect with colleagues, but balance our work life and home life which seems to have blended in the past year. The opportunity to come back to work at an office, even if it’s a shared workspace, provides employees social interaction, variety and the opportunity to separate work and home. 

Improved communication

The internet and Zoom has made it easy for people to communicate with one another while working from home, however, it hasn’t been able to completely fulfill the benefits of face-to-face interaction. Remote workers quickly realized that their communication wasn’t as effective as what they had in the office, and with slower home internet, video conferencing has become quite frustrating. 

Having everyone back in the office, even if just part-time,  will definitely help improve not only communication, but will help increase employee engagement, create workplace harmony, and boost productivity. 

Strengthen company culture

No matter how hard companies try to maintain some sort of connection via virtual meetings, virtual chat rooms or virtual team building activities, employees working from home may start feeling completely detached from their employers. As humans, we tend to focus mostly on what is right in front of us which makes it difficult for business owners and managers to stay engaged with every employee. 

Working in an office on the other hand makes it easy for companies to build a strong company culture, as it is way more natural to build and strengthen relationships face-to-face. For companies that have decided to reduce their office real estate during the pandemic, shared workspaces such as executive suites and coworking spaces allow them the opportunity to book a meeting room for weekly or biweekly team meetings which can help strengthen company culture. 

Working from the office is never perfect, but neither is working from home. With the right workspace and business tools, flexibility at work can be a great option to workers back to the office. Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, Florida offers workspaces designed with the flexible business in mind. Whether you need a private office, coworking space, or meeting rooms, we can help streamline your transition back to the office. Contact us today for more information.

Benefits Of Choosing A Flexible Workspace For Your Business
Posted On November 17, 2020 Posted By: Ysel Hernandez

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the way we work, and going back to what once was may be impossible. Companies around the world scrambled to continue with their operations as best as they could by implementing home office protocols, using new communication software, getting accustomed to video meetings, and attending or hosting virtual events and trade shows.

It was soon clear for both workers and organizations that working outside of the traditional office was not only possible but could also be very practical. 

Now this does not mean that working from home is the absolute best way of working. In fact, working from home can be far from ideal for most people and most businesses. For starters, the infrastructure is inadequate to say the least. In most improvised home offices there’s no ergonomic furniture, no private spaces such as conference rooms or calling booths, no completely reliable internet connection, even the atmosphere isn’t necessarily one that helps workers feel focused and productive. 

And just as companies and workers found out that there were so many solutions out there that made remote work much easier, it is time to find something that remedies the issues that come with the traditional office space itself. One such solution is getting an executive suite or flexible workspace for your business.  

Downsize Your Real Estate Footprint

For starters, using a flexible workspace helps you completely eliminate the need to invest in a large commercial space. As you may have experience during the pandemic, having a long and expensive lease on office space felt like a drain of resources that could have been put to better use. With flexible workspaces and executive suites you only use what you need, when you need it, and wherever you need it. 

This freedom not only helps you avoid lower costs but it can also enable you to look for new opportunities outside of your usual scope. 

No Long Term Lease

Another benefit of not having a long term lease on office space is that you are able to use a flexible workspace or an executive suite whenever it makes sense for your business. This could mean renting a flexible workspace for one hour every two weeks, using an executive suite twice a month, or spontaneously book a space whenever you need. 

This can also be a great solution for people that divide their work into projects of different durations such as designers, architects, developers, etc. For remote workers, a flexible workspace can serve as an HQ of sorts, where they can meet with their teams or collaborate with others in the organization. This helps create and maintain a strong sense of belonging among all workers. 

Flexibility to Scale Your Business

Additionally the flexibility that comes with this solution doesn’t only apply to workers, it can be very beneficial to your company as well. Now that business is slowly starting to pick back up, you may be considering the need to hire new employees and grow your company. 

A flexible workspace can help you scale your business by enabling you to easily add more offices whenever you need, for as long as you need. 

Flexible workspaces and executive suites can offer you the freedom you and your company need in these uncertain times. And the flexibility you find when working with these solutions can help inspire you to remain flexible yourself and find creative ways to successfully run your business. 

If you are a business looking for a flexible workspace, Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, is here to help. Reach out today to learn more about what we do and how we do it.

The Benefits of a Virtual Office When Working Remotely
Posted On April 17, 2020 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

In the current climate, remote work is quickly becoming the avenue of choice for employers and employees alike. But working remotely doesn’t mean you have to abandon the office.

Enter the virtual office, the savior of the modern working man and woman.

Working from a virtual office means that you get to make your own rules. If you find that you do your best work in a non-traditional setup, a virtual office may be the perfect solution for you. 

What is a Virtual Office?

A virtual office is part of the ‘flexible workspace industry,’ a movement that is changing the landscape of office work as we know it. A virtual office can encompass a host of services, including:

  1. Providing you with a respectable, professional business address and phone number
  2. A live receptionist who answers your calls and takes messages
  3. The ability to book rooms at their brick and mortar offices for when you have face-to-face meetings
  4. A wide array of technical and business support services

Remote work isn’t a new concept, but these days, it’s experiencing a meteoric surge as companies adapt to changing circumstances. Outside of what’s happening in the world, it’s still a popular choice for small businesses, and it’s not hard to understand why.

With so many busy, on-the-go solopreneurs entering the market, old-fashioned office rentals just aren’t cutting it anymore.

What a Virtual Office Can Do For You

  1. Convenience. Whether you’re at home, a coffee shop, a library, or visiting relatives, you’ll always have somebody taking care of your business.
  2. No Commute. The great thing about a virtual office is that, unless you’re meeting in person, you never have to commute. By freeing up those periods of your day usually spent going to and from, you’ll have a lot more time to focus on the things that are actually important. 
  3. Independence. Working remotely can seem a little daunting at first, but in reality, virtual work is an opportunity for you to become more self-sufficient. By setting your schedule and sticking by it, you’ll quickly learn to self-motivate, becoming a more effective and independent remote worker.
  4. Save Money. A virtual office is super cost-efficient. You don’t have to pay for a costly office lease or the utilities to keep the internet on. You’re basically free from any of the expenses associated with a typical brick-and-mortar office. Depending on the level of service and features you need, virtual office fees are usually less than $100 per month.

No office? No problem!

In conclusion, a virtual office is excellent support for remote work. Lakeside Executive Suites offers all the convenience of a traditional office without the usual expenses. Plans start as low as $69 per month.

There’s never been a better or more socially responsible time to choose a virtual office. Reach out today to find out what we can do for you.

Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Start Your Business in Fort Lauderdale
Posted On July 12, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

If you live in the Fort Lauderdale area and are getting ready to launch your business, you could not have chosen a better time or place. Florida boasts one of the most powerful economies in America and has experienced steady growth even through challenging times. Small businesses make up more than 99 percent of all companies, employing almost half of the state’s entire workforce.

Add to that the beautiful weather, the white sand beaches, and a vibrant lifestyle and you’ve got a clear winner! No matter how you look at it, there really isn’t much of a downside. So, congratulations on your decision, and just know that Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston will always be here to lend a hand when you need it.

Benefits of doing business in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

There are many attractive reasons why doing business in Florida is a good idea. Here are our top four:

1) You will pay lower taxes

Florida is one of only a few states that doesn’t have a personal income tax, which is particularly great for LLCs. Sales tax is low, and corporate tax is moderate as well and could be as low as 5.5 percent. Additionally, there are a lot of financial and tax incentives for new businesses, prompting many companies to relocate to the area to reduce their tax burden.

2) Access to investment dollars

On the crest of a recent trend, Florida is now home to a large number of angel investors, venture capitalists, and economic hubs dedicated to building startups.

3) Low cost of living

While living in Fort Lauderdale would not be considered “cheap” by any stretch, it is still quite a lot more affordable than most other major US cities, like San Francisco, Chicago, or New York City.

4) High-net-worth

With a combined income of more than $840 billion, South Florida is home to a prosperous population who might need what you have to offer.

How to start a new business in South Florida

Sometimes, taking the first step is the most challenging. There are permits to obtain and locations to secure before you can open for business, but being prepared gives you a solid foundation for success.

Write a business plan

Having a business plan fleshed out is a critical step that should be completed well before you start doing business. A business plan gives you great insight into your competition, your challenges, and your ultimate potential for success.

Fund your business

Whether you are starting with your own seed money or looking for some outside backing, the Small Business Association can help.

Get settled at a location

When you’re just starting out, having access to flexible office space is a great way to save your budget as you grow.

Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, is South Florida’s premier supplier of professional office services like virtual office packages, coworking memberships, and a wide range of office solutions to help you get started.

Drop by for a tour today or drop us a line to learn more about how we can help.

Is the Future of Real Estate Offices in Coworking Spaces?
Posted On June 27, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Local residential real estate brokers in Weston, FL, are much like any other entrepreneur. They need a place to work and a professional business address, but the reality is that they tend to spend very little time there.

If this sounds remarkably like your situation, ask yourself this question: Why pay for traditional office space, with all the premium expenses, when coworking can provide everything you need for so much less?

Office space is expensive!

Let’s face it. Office space does not come cheap. First, you have to commit to a long-term lease, and then you have to outfit your office with equipment, furniture, and staff. There are utilities to pay, cleaning expenses, and all kinds of incidentals – but when do you ever spend more than an hour or two a day in the place?

It just doesn’t make any sense.

According to Inman, the real estate industry’s leading source for real estate information, brokers and agents spend an average of 15 hours per month in the office. When you think about it, that’s a lot of bells and whistles you’re paying for, and you don’t even get to enjoy them that much.

Sure, you need a good color printer, fast internet, and someone to answer the phone, but for several thousand dollars every month, where is the value? Fortunately, we have a solution.

Coworking: a viable alternative to costly office leasing

Coworking offers an affordable alternative to the traditional office lease – without compromising all the perks you need to have to get the job done. In fact, you might even enjoy a few more perks that you weren’t expecting, like a potential pool of buyers, sellers, or developers who could become your clients.

Even if your coworking cohorts aren’t in the market for a home, they may be able to support you in other ways. For instance, you won’t have to look too far to find a graphic designer, a web developer, or a copywriter.

Some of the benefits of choosing a coworking membership over a conventional office lease include:

  1. Low, all-inclusive monthly payments
  2. No commitments, no lease to sign
  3. Business-grade internet
  4. The professional front office staff
  5. Administrative support when you need it
  6. Meeting rooms on-demand
  7. Lots of parking
  8. State-of-the-art office machines like laser printers, faxes, scanners, and more
  9. On-site café stocked with refreshments
  10. Comfortable, casual surroundings
  11. Dedicated desk availability
  12. Secure, 24/7 access
  13. Pay by the hour, day, week, or month

Any way you look at it, coworking has so many advantages over a traditional office rental. For the large brokerage, coworking allows you to scale up or down as needed without compromising on amenities and for the independent, it provides everything you need without having to invest a fortune just to get established.

Are you looking for coworking in Weston, FL? Lakeside Executive Suites has the solution for you! Drop by for a tour today or call directly to learn more about our coworking packages.

Five Best Podcasts You Should Be Listening to Right Now
Posted On June 17, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Podcasts are gaining ground in popular culture with topics that range from serial murder to sex to the mysteries of the universe and beyond. But with more than 750,000 podcasts and 30 million episodes to choose from, where do you start?

To help you save time in your day in the quest for discovery, here’s our hotlist of the five best podcasts you should be listening to right now:

1.    The Dropout (news, crime, politics)

The Dropout is about Elizabeth Holmes, America’s youngest self-made female billionaire, her rise and the plunging fall that ensued after it was learned that Theranos, her disruptive healthcare tech firm, was all based on a lie. Hosted by Rebecca Jarvis, a journalist who is known for her interviews with some of the biggest names in business and technology, this podcast takes the listener on a journey through the three-year investigation and includes interviews with investors, former patients, employees, and the deposition of Elizabeth Holmes. Available on ABC Podcasts.

2.    Monster: Season 1: Atlanta Monster; Season 2: The Zodiac Killer (crime, culture)

Season one of Monster takes a deep dive into the Atlanta child murders that happened in the late 1970s and early 1980s, looking back at the crimes, the killer, and the questions that remain. In the more recently released season two, the producers tackle the Zodiac killer, who terrorized the state of California in the 1960s and 1970s, a case that was never officially solved. If you love true crime, this is a knockout. Listen on iHeartRadio.

3.    Winnetka: A Memoir (culture, literature)

Back in the 1970s, Jessica Harper was a familiar face in feature films like Dario Argento’s cult classic Suspiria, as well as Pennies from Heaven, and Stardust Memories. Rather than writing a book, she has opted to reveal her story as an episodic podcast, named for the Chicago suburb where she grew up. Discover family secrets, social unrest in the Eisenhower era, and a genuinely fascinating chronicle of her life are set against Harper’s original musical compositions. Listen free on www.winnetkapodcast.com or Apple Podcasts.

4.    Rule of Three (comedy, culture)

Hosted by UK comedic writers Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris, Rule of Three talks to comedians and people who create comedy about things that are funny to them. The breadth and diversity of guests and the stuff they get into is brilliant, and it gives us a window into how some of the most talented comics and comedic writers of our time get inspired. Listen on Apple Podcasts.

5.    The Habitat (non-fiction, science)

Somewhere between Big Brother and Lost in Space, The Habitat is the true tale of six volunteers chosen to participate in a NASA experiment who are sent to a remote Hawaiian island to live out a year-long simulation of what it would be like to be astronauts, living in a habitat on Mars. Addictive, to say the least. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, and just about every other podcast service.

Lakeside Executive Suites: flexible office space in Weston, FL

Whether you listen on your commute, at the gym, or while doing repetitive tasks at work, podcasts can help you get through the day and learn a little along the way. Need more inspiration on productivity, business, or recreation in Weston, FL? Drop by for a tour today and let us show you how we can help.

The Many Benefits of Offsite Meetings
Posted On May 14, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Meetings are a necessary component of any successful business. They help you to connect with your stakeholders and stay on top of crucial and timely details, but every small business owner can probably agree, meetings sometimes aren’t as productive as they could be.

If this is occasionally the case at your company, consider the many benefits of offsite meetings as they could be a way for you to breathe some new life and energy into the “same old-same old.”

The truth is, we spend a lot of time in meetings. Studies show that managers, in particular, attend in the range of 60 meetings every single month. For an activity that consumes so much of our time, it’s in everybody’s best interests to make sure these meetings are delivering the results you need.

Here are some of the benefits of offsite meetings:

1. Offsite meeting benefit #1: improve productivity

Offsite meetings bring your team into a fresh, new environment. Since you won’t be in the office, you will be removed from the usual distractions, such as ringing phones and other demands on your time and attention. Attendees will focus on the planned topic; resulting in improved productivity with your meetings.

2. Offsite meeting benefit #2: access to amenities

Holding an offsite meeting allows you to access technology that you don’t have at your home office, like state-of-the-art video conferencing or audio/visual equipment that can take your presentations to the next level.

3. Offsite meeting benefit #3: employee networking

For companies that have more than one location or who employ remote workers, an offsite meeting gives you the chance to bring everybody together. No matter how well your team works together, having a personal connection is always beneficial to the result.

4. Offsite meeting benefit #4: encourage innovation

Innovation tends to stagnate when people are looking at the same four walls, the same people, the same view out the window. New perspectives encourage new ideas, and this is what your business growth hinges on. Additionally, people tend to cling to what’s familiar and can easily get stuck in a rut; an offsite meeting will expose them to new faces, encourage interaction outside of their comfort zone, and stimulate new perspectives.

5. Offsite meeting benefit #5: show your teams that you care

While your staff might not jump at the thought of yet another meeting, they will likely be excited at the prospect of getting out of the office and having a change of scenery. With an upgraded meeting experience, a nice lunch, and the opportunity for some face time with team members they don’t often see, you’ll be demonstrating how much you value their contribution.

Are you looking for a location to hold offsite meetings? Our meeting rooms are available by the hour, day, or week, giving you access to the latest technology and every possible amenity to make your meeting a success. Call today to learn more about how we can help.

Five Tips to Maintain a Healthy Relationship with Social Media
Posted On March 26, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

The rise of social media has changed the way we view the world. More than 70 percent of Americans are actively engaged on at least one social platform, but if we’re talking about millennials, that number climbs to about 98 percent.

In business, these numbers are too significant to ignore. If every customer you want to reach is on social, it stands to reason you want to reach them in that way. It’s part of your marketing strategy, it helps you generate new leads, and it’s a way to stay on top of the competition.

And what about your personal social profiles? Everybody’s got a few. The average person in the United States maintains seven social profiles. At the end of the day, that’s a lot of time spent on social. At some point, if you don’t get a handle on it, it’s going to start to affect your real-world, terrestrial life.

But how do you turn away when there’s so much going on all the time?

The truth is, turning away will do you, your relationships, your productivity, and your psyche a lot of good. The problem is, that’s easier said than done.

Here are our five top tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with social media:

1.    Schedule your daily social media time

Determine a set amount of time to update your pages, post content, and respond to messages on social. Set the timer on your smartphone and don’t ignore it when it goes off.

2.    If you really want to talk to your friend, call them

Along with being a super-computer, a CMS, and a fabulous camera, your smartphone is actually an excellent tool for making phone calls. Miss that person? Give them a call! Don’t have their phone number? They’re probably not your friend.

3.    Disable social notifications

Notifications are a great way to kick your social media anxiety into high gear. In your settings, you’ll find that you can disable them. This way, you can check in during your allotted time (see #1) and otherwise just get on with life.

4.    Embrace the moment

Authenticity is cool. Authenticity is all about being who you are. However, you can’t be authentic if you’re always focused on what other people are doing. Take the time to revel in your own life. Make your own moments. Because there is nothing more authentic than just being yourself.

5.    Choose your social platforms wisely

In business, as in life, there’s no point in investing time into something that you’re not going to get any value from. Having too many social profiles dilutes your efforts, and if you aren’t active on them, it could actually do more harm than good. Choose the platforms that are most beneficial to you and delete the rest.

Do you have any great tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with social media? We’d love to hear about them! Drop by Lakeside Executive Suites for a tour and get some honest-to-goodness face time.

Why Larger Companies are Choosing Coworking Spaces
Posted On March 17, 2019 Posted By: Jason Tiemeier

Since their first appearance in the 1990s, coworking spaces and shared workspaces in general, have been disrupting the way we all get things done.

The fact is, many of the world’s top corporations, GM, IBM, and Microsoft among them, are renting coworking space. In 2018, big companies like these accounted for 30 percent of coworking’s monthly business.

Here are some of the reasons why larger companies are choosing coworking spaces today:

Coworking is more cost-effective for larger companies

Per square foot, a coworking membership is far less expensive than traditional office space

With more and more of the workforce opting to work outside of the office, coworking spaces are seen as a more viable choice, financially.

Coworking memberships give companies a way to offer their employees the tools and support they need without having to allocate permanent office space, workstations, parking spaces, and so on. It is also an easy way to scale up or down as the need dictates – and you’ll never have to worry about not having enough office space – or having a bunch of empty offices.

Coworking offers a better workplace experience

Trends aside, studies show that more than half of all employees of enterprise companies are looking for new jobs. Gallup’s State of the American Workplace found that 85 percent of enterprise employees are disengaged at work.

These alarming statistics are, in part, urging large companies to find ways to offer their employees a better workplace experience. Coworking spaces contribute to company culture in a positive way and chances are, if an employee is happy in their workspace, they may stay in their jobs longer.

Coworking offers proximity to innovation

With a booming gig economy, top talent is getting harder and harder to nail down. Coworking spaces, especially those that cater to the tech sector, are a hotbed of talent, giving larger companies easy access to the innovation they so dearly seek.

The collaborative element is so prevalent in coworking spaces that it’s relatively easy to connect with talent this way. Along with the cost savings and vibrant atmosphere, it’s a way to add value without taking on the expense of recruitment and full-time payroll.

Coworking helps large companies expand into new markets

For companies looking to expand into new territory, a coworking space provides a way to establish a base of operations and test the waters quickly. Companies save time by not having to secure office space in advance, and they save money by not having to invest in technology or other office amenities. It’s a turnkey situation from which just about every corporation can find benefit.

Are you interested in touring our coworking space? We’d love to show you the finer points of what we do. Drop by for a tour of Lakeside Executive Suites in Weston, FL, and let us show you how we can help.

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