August 17, 2020

What is Coworking?

Everyone has its own definition of what does actually coworking means. However, the official definition that is perfectly defining the term coworking is that the whole concept represents an office or other working environment by people who are self-employed or working for different employers, typically to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge.

"the whole idea of Coworking is to bring bright, creative people together and let the ideas collide"

For Wikipedia, Coworking is a self-directed, collaborative, flexible and voluntary work style that is based on mutual trust and the sharing of common core values between its participants. Coworking involves a shared workplace, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office, those Coworking are usually not employed by the same organization. Typically, it is attractive to work-at-home professionals, independent contractors, independent scientists or people who travel frequently who end up working in relative isolation. Coworking is a social gathering of a group of people who are still working independently, but who share values and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with people who value working in the same place alongside each other. Coworking offers a solution to the problem of isolation that many freelancers experience while working at home, while at the same time letting them escape the distractions of home. It generally costs money in the form of membership dues, though some spaces are free of charge.

Basically Coworking is a business services provision model that involves individuals working independently or collaboratively in shared office space.

For BUNKER, a coworking is a place where you can meet wonderful people and make your family bigger. Is an opportunity to be part of other people lifes and become more than just co-workers. Is not only about business, is to care about your members.

Who uses a Coworking space?

The typical user of a Coworking facility is self-employed, a telecommuter, or a freelance worker. Some businesses use the spaces to provide employees with equipment, space and services that they could not otherwise afford. Larger enterprises sometimes use Coworking facilities to provide office space when they have more than the normal number of employees working at any given time. In this case, the business may maintain a certain number of memberships to the Coworking service.

What kind of people work in Coworking spaces?

Small businesses, Corporates, Freelancers, Startups, Entrepreneurs, and more.