Flexible Workspace for Rent Might Be Your Startup's Office Answer
# Flexible Workspace for Rent Might Be Your Startup's Office Answer
How do I get commercial space for my startup? Start with short-term lease solutions.
You’re at the beginning of it, the very start of your company. It’s been something you’ve wanted to do forever, or maybe it’s something you thought of last week, either way, you’re starting. You’re doing the thing. Since kicking off, you are likely strapped for time, strapped for cash and the search for space is a priority but also not really a priority.
Where you plant your business matters. It’s not about the amenities at first, it’s about a place you can go and grind out the work, a place you can invite collaborators, advisors, partners and maybe even potential investors.
Co-working is here to stay. The way we work has changed, and to the benefit of many entrepreneurs, Co-working spaces have made their mark. They’re cool, they’ve got some of the comfiest seats on the planet, some of the coolest interiors, and probably some of the best technology you can access and in some of the best locations in cities across the world.
But, it comes at a price. It’s crucial to consider the cost vs. benefits of working in a co-working environment. Think about it, if your primary goal for the next couple of months is to get your MVP built, then it might be best to consider a different short-term flexible space solution, especially when you consider the cost of co-working spaces.
The new kid on the block: flexible space. This is a newer concept in the world of commercial real estate: sharing space. Think about it, we share everything. Homes, battery packs, umbrella, luxury handbags…even pets!
With tools like DuanDuanZu, you can find equipped space for most work and event purposes that can work for you from minutes to months. Here’s an example: You need an office space. In your area, there’s likely a company or landlord who isn’t using all of their space. So, they list it on DuanDuanZu and you’re able to rent it out for a duration that works for you.
With tools like this, you can hammer through development, find a place to meet instead of a coffee shop, and just get things done. This flexibility is paramount for early-stage endeavors. It’s a way to save money and decrease your risk during this fragile time.
Keep Grinding We get it, finding the right space is tough and making that decision can weigh on you, but here’s a quick nougat of support: keep grinding.
If we’ve learned anything about our own team’s startup journey, it’s that you should find a space that flexes with you and is available when you need it the most. This is even more important during times of great uncertainty (economic, pandemic etc…).
No space should not hold you back at any point in your startup lifecycle. The amount of change that happens even in the first three months of starting is amazing. So make sure you think about a workspace that works for you, not the other way around.