Co-working spaces started out with a target customer base mostly consisting of start-ups and freelancers. Over the years, the market has seen a major transition with corporate houses becoming the biggest potential client base.
Corporates such as Oyo and Uber based a large part of their operations out of such spaces as they mainly required small offices across many cities and coworking was a very convenient option with no maintenance or management hassles.
The coworking market has grown at an exponential pace due to these reasons and many “coworking corporates” have come up across the world- brands like “WeWork” & “Serendipity Labs” are opening hundreds of spaces across the world!
A unique feature which was developed to aid this growth and offer additional benefits to the coworkers is something called the coworking Visa. It is the result of cooperation amongst many leaders in this field. The way it works is that whenever a co-worker is travelling and needs a space to work from for the day, they can visit the nearest coworking space which accepts the visa and simply spend the day utilising their facilities.
Overall, the development of corporate houses as customers for coworking spaces has played a major role in shaping the field into its current position. More and more professionals and businesses are realising the potential benefits they could derive from using a coworking space and that is exactly why CoKarya believes in developing each of its spaces – right from the location to the facilities – in a way which would offer a little something for everybody!