Every human being has all sorts of needs whether they live in town or out of town. “Working alone, together” is a phrase that actually portrays the primary needs of most freelancers, startups, or digital nomads that most of the serviced offices can address. Loneliness or isolation is the reason why people are opting out from a 9-5 corporate job in a traditional office.
Indonesia has taken notable measures to improve the business climate by deregulating its economy and allocating resources into building infrastructure like the MRT and LRT. This have encouraged both local and foreign investment in the country. Rodrigo A. Chaves, World Bank Country Director for Indonesia credited sound macroeconomic policies to investment growth reaching a five-year high. Around 20 reform efforts had been carried out since 2014 to include openness and competition, some notable improvements are: reduction in cost to starting a business, improved access to credit, ease of trading across borders, and better tax system.
Nowadays, with the rise of sharing economies, business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups face a wealth of options for leasing workspaces. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a suitable workspace for you and your team, including company size, resources, and operation costs. So before signing off on that long-term office lease, it’s best to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of opting for short-term, shared, or temporary workspaces.