Business Travelers

A recent article, Co-working and the Sharing Economy for Business Travel by Mark Dauner says that when you are on a business travel, finding a good place to work for a few hours can be a challenge. The first thought is to try and find a free corner at the coffee shop, but that’s usually crowded and noisy—not conducive to productivity. Well, co-working spaces could be very helpful to business travelers like you.

There are different types of co-working spaces, but a model that is much more conducive to business travel is the one that allows you to reserve space by the hour or the day.

Here are three things you need to consider before getting work done in any co-working space.

  1. Find a space that is convenient and accessible. It should be in the area of a client’s headquarters, near the convention center you’re going to, or near the train, bus or subway station.
  1. Find a space that has the features you need. For instance, if you are working with sensitive information, then you probably need to rent office space by the hour instead of renting a shared office space that is jam-packed with other people working.

  2. Find a space that is well designed and equipped with modern facilities. It should have the connectivity you need. You should be able to print if you need to. The Wi-Fi should be fast and secure.

Conclusion

You should keep all of these things in mind wherever you’re working away from your office to stay connected, productive and efficient. If you’re on a business travel in Philly, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: virtual office space Philly, meeting room access, and coworking office space Philly. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

Do you consider co-working when on a business travel? Let us know your comments and thoughts below. You can also visit us on Facebook and Google Plus.

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