The 3 Hidden Benefits of Coworking Spaces

As the future of work evolves, so do today's co-working spaces.

Why It Matters

Surveys have shown that workers are spending more time than ever in their co-working spaces, and it seems like shared offices are popping up everywhere across Canada. But with more options than ever, coworking office owners need to do more in order to forge connections and spark innovation in new ways. We dive into several methods leading coworking initiatives are using to bring innovation to new faces in new places.

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