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To cut operating expenses, start-up young founders usually opt for meeting their business partners at home or fast-food shop nearby. It would be a hard time to sacrifice your rest areas at home and even disturb your family members. Or you will compete on decibel with waiters and customers in a restaurant and unluckily run away from the match before you crack your voice. Co-working spaces are now becoming popular among start-ups. Actually, some conventional enterprises are also considering makeovers in a co-working space style to create similarly comfortable and enjoyable working environment for their employees. When comparing with home office, working at co-working spaces has the following advantages:- 1| Space Most of the co-working spaces offer plans of private office, dedicated desk and hotdesk. Users would have better spatial enjoyment in public areas than staying at home. When you are stuck in the middle of the bulk of works, try to wander around for a sparkling idea. 2| Networking You can probably find your companion on your entrepreneurship journey! Your neighbours at the co-working spaces may share their experience to which you may make reference when you try to overcome difficulties. Entrepreneurs of different industries may also talk with each other to exchange ideas and explore collaboration opportunities. 3| Equipment Copiers, scanners, fax machines, conference rooms and projectors, high-speed internet… When the start-up is not yet benefiting from economies of scale, you may find co-working space a better solution to cut cost to maintain all the aforementioned equipment required for a business. 4| Workshops Entrepreneurs who thirst for knowledge may attend workshops organised by co-working spaces and learn about entrepreneurship and your related industries. Or you may consider to join pop up interest classes organised by other institutions and artists. 5| Refreshment Supplies Before you squeeze out the last bit of energy, try to refresh yourself with supplies of free beverage, such as herbal tea and coffee, and also snacks provided by co-working spaces. Remember to assess your business needs, revenue, and costs before enrolling with a co-working space.