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3 Factors That Make Co-working Spaces Productive for Small Businesses

Small businesses are the backbone of a progressive economy, and they are defined by small teams that run them. As per recent YourStory article on a KPMG survey, India has 51 million small businesses that employ nearly 40% of the work force and this number is only set to grow.

Small businesses are mostly run by small teams, SME’s that work on new technologies, breakthrough ideas and new methodologies. Their work is defined by product and service innovations that will impact the future of major industries in the years to come.

Given the fact that so much rests on the performance of small teams and small businesses, it is important to understand the kind of ambience and work space they need to ensure maximum productivity with minimum resources.

Productivity is a relative term. For retailers it means selling goods & services regularly and profitably. For businesses it means ensuring their employees are working to their maximum potential and providing quality in the hours allocated for wo…

3 Ways in Which Co-working Enhances Productivity

Work is worship is what we’ve all grown up listening to, and by this very definition it is an exercise that is meditative, absorbing and indulgent. The purpose of work as defined by us has undergone a significant shift through the years. What began as a single-minded practical means to earn a livelihood, then became one of engagement and collaboration with fellow workers. The definition of work today isn’t just about earning for the self, but also ensuring that we are happy doing what we do. Being productive is therefore about getting the maximum done out of the few hours we put into work everyday.

Different people work in different spaces and there are varying factors that affect productivity. While some work all by themselves and love their flexible timings, others work with organisations that focus on specific tasks and goals. Co-working falls midway between these two extremes. It allows professionals to go about their own tasks but also provides the opportunity to collaborate and…