Whether you're new to the coworking scene or you're a seasoned veteran, it's important to know the differences between the different spaces you make available - because as we all know, coworking spaces aren't simply one big open-layout office. However, for new members, the intricacies of the different types of memberships, i.e hot desk or dedicated desk, may not be as clear cut.
With all the different options and definitions of workspaces out there today - such as coworking spaces, private offices, virtual offices - it can be hard to know which one best suits your needs.
Here's a quick quiz that we hope will help you find which type of working environment you should choose. So get a pen and paper together, or pull up your Stickies app on your laptop, and keep note of your answers.
Having been in the business of flexible work spaces for over 20 years, Regus has provided serviced offices to numerous Fortune 500 companies, and currently operates 2300 business centers across 120 countries worldwide.
Lars Wittig, Regus Philippines Country Manager, spoke to Flyspaces about the recent upsurge in flexible workspaces, paying particular attention to the current trends and unique situation in the Philippines. In the continued evolution of the work landscape, Wittig highlights the critical arrival of the millennial generation into the labor force.
Co-working has become increasingly popular in other parts of the world. Now it is gaining momentum in Asia through FlySpaces, an online marketplace offering short term rentals for work and event spaces in the Philippines and Singapore. Co-working is a solution for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) who don’t want to sign long term leases for office spaces at sky high prices. With FlySpaces, you now have access to spaces that work for your business.