By 2020, 40% of the workforce is expected to consist of freelancers, temps, independent contractors, solo-preneurs and other remote workers.
That is a significant figure not only for people in the startup community, but also for larger companies. If they direct their telecommuters or the remote workers they outsource tasks to towards coworking spaces (rather than have them work from home or, say, coffee shops), they could benefit from better results, too.
Additionally, the convenience of coworking spaces for large companies is shown in the statistic that only 30% of workers prefer to work during NORMAL business hours.
Coworking allows employees to maximize productivity (time) while fostering confidence, creativity and positive team culture.
Check out statistics on coworking below!