The first coworking space was created almost 15 years ago in San Francisco, at the initiative of Brad Neuberg, who also made the first mention of the word “coworking”, designing shared offices. It was called San Francisco Coworking Space and was open two days a week: Monday and Tuesday. In the first month it was completely empty because nobody knew about this concept. However, things changed quickly.
The term “coworking” defines a shared space that can be rented by anyone who needs an office. It is a space where you can co-work and collaborate. According to statistical data, in 2020 there will be more than 26,000 coworking spaces worldwide.
Most upscale coworking space Denver locations come with a series of amenities that can be accessed by members. This means that, in addition to the actual office where you will do your daily professional activities, you also get access to a full set of complementary services designed to make your work easier. Whether we are talking about meeting rooms that you can use for offline or online meetings, fast and stable WI-FI connection, coffee lounge or a relaxing place (bean bag chairs, sofas), coworking spaces are meant to make your professional life easier and why not, more enjoyable. You can have these services included in the contract and get rid of the stress that come with the administration of your own office