Revolutionizing the Work Landscape: Embracing a New Way of Working

Recent studies have shown that working from home has resulted in a decline in employee productivity and reshaped the economy as we know it. At TeamWorking, we’ve developed an array of options to choose from when it comes to seeking a space away from home to work.

From Ideas to Reality: How TeamWorking Supports the Journey of Entrepreneurs

In a world that has witnessed a seismic shift to remote work, the importance of genuine human interactions cannot be overstated. As businesses adapted to a virtual landscape, a decline in face-to-face interactions became evident, resulting in a decrease in knowledge flows. This decline has prompted a call to reevaluate the benefits of in-person collaboration.

Embracing Office Spaces; The Catalyst for Startup Growth 

Office spaces are essential for the growth of startups. In the wake of the 2020 pandemic, remote work became the norm for many companies, including startups. While this shift brought about newfound flexibility, a recent study by James Kim from Reach Capital suggests that office spaces play a huge role in fostering the growth of startups. Kim surveyed Reach Capital’s portfolio of 37 companies and concluded pre-seed and seed-stage startups that had employees returning to the office had 3.5 times the revenue growth of remote startups.

Scaling to New Heights: Maximizing your Company’s Growth Potential

What’s a coworking space without understanding the needs of the teams that use it? According to Helga Moreno’s “Inside the Minds of Coworking Space Members,” coworking community members value the importance of collaboration, flexibility, supportive administration, and amenities. In a research study performed in Ukraine, there was a survey sent out to better understand the… Continue reading Scaling to New Heights: Maximizing your Company’s Growth Potential

Remote Work leads to Less Innovation

It’s time to start collaborating with your team…in person. We know most of the world has gotten accustomed to working from home, but unfortunately, meetings aren’t as beneficial from a computer screen.  A new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests that fewer face-to-face interactions between employees result in a decline in “knowledge… Continue reading Remote Work leads to Less Innovation