The pandemic did not change much when it came to workplace preferences for many start-ups already operating out of coworking spaces but it accentuated the myriad benefits that were till now only subdued. With Hybrid working here to stay, flex workspaces have become even more appealing for start-ups with a distributed and hybrid workforce enabling them to establish an efficient workplace strategy that is focussed towards employee convenience and productivity outside of the stringent back to office regime.

Key Takeaways

  • Hybrid work model has been the key to managing uncertainty in the past 2 years allowing employees the flexibility to work from multiple locations as per their convenience and partnering with coworking space has made exercising this flexibility sustainable.
  • Partnering with flex workspaces allows a start-up to offer their employees ease of work by making work near home possible and reducing the hassle of long commute. At the same time coworking spaces provide them focussed, professional and private or collaborative work environment depending on their work preference.
  • Coworking spaces have evolved to meet the customization requirements of start-ups also lending them the ability to upscale and downscale their seat requirements with agility as business strategy changes. This along with flexibility to use workspaces across multi-locations, administrative efficiency and access to superior amenities at affordable cost makes them the ideal choice for start-ups.
  • Respecting employee work preference is vital for employee well-being and thereby in ensuring overall productivity levels and growth of the organization.

Our Speakers for the session:

Sumit Lakhani

Chief Marketing Officer, Awfis

Revant Bhate

Co-Founder & CEO, Mosaic Wellness