Business To Business Shared Office Space In Your City


Which Type Of Shared Office Space Works Best For Your Business? Part 1

Posted in Shared Office Space by SharedBusinessSpace on April 29, 2010
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Whether your business is large or small, established or a start up, the trend of sharing office space and other types of work space is becoming a smart and creative option for many business owners.  It is common practice for some businesses to share office space as part of their business model.  For others, offering extra space within their office for lease to another business has become a necessity to lower operating expenses in a tough economy.  Available options on shared office space or other types of work space for lease are growing at a fast pace.  If you are seeking space, what type of shared space environment works best for your business needs?  If you have excess space, what type of sub-tenant should you be targeting to share your space?

In this and the next four blog posts, we’ll go over different shared office space options to help you decide.

Standard Business to Business Shared Office Space

            Space Description:  Private office space, workstations, desk rental, medical office space or health practitioner office space within another business’ established office. Shared warehouse space and shared retail space would also fall into this category.

            Amenities:  Amenities offered at no additional cost can be use of a shared conference room, shared kitchen or break room, and a shared lobby/reception area. A shared copy and mailing area and a shared receptionist often times are available for a prorata share of the cost.  Free and flexible conference room use is a major benefit of renting business to business shared office space. Often times other shared office space environments charge extra fees or will limit the hours of use that are included in your monthly base rent.

            Rental Rates:  There are a growing number of options available in the $250 – $1,000 per month range that offer affordable, flexible lease terms for individuals, small businesses and entrepreneurs.  The rent you pay will generally depend on how much space you need.  In most cases business to business shared office space options will offer the most affordable rent.

            Good For:  Businesses that require a lot of time on the phone, need conference room use on a regular basis, need privacy, and businesses that are interested in sharing referrals. Those include architects, attorneys, engineers, financial services firms, advertising/marketing and PR firms, nonprofit businesses, software companies, doctors, chiropractors, therapists and counselors.

            I recommend:  Two great sources of seeking or listing shared office space are Craigslist, and SharedBusinessSpace.com, a national online listing directory that focuses solely on the niche of available shared office spaces and other types of work spaces for lease.

Find or list shared office space in your city today at SharedBusinessSpace.com

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