You’ll find start-up companies in home offices and co-working spaces across almost every country in the world. In fact, there are three new start-ups every second of every day. But what exactly is a start-up? The term was first used way back in the 1970s. It then came into popular usage during the dotcom bubble
Freelancers. Entrepreneurs. Start-ups. It gets to a stage when working from your home office just won’t cut it. But the prospect of finding your first office space can be daunting. Taking on your own office rental contract can be both a practical and financial burden. Luckily, there are alternatives. Co-working spaces are a flexible option.
“Technology now allows people to connect anytime, anywhere, to anyone in the world, from almost any device. It is dramatically changing the way people work, facilitating 24/7 collaboration with colleagues who are dispersed across time zones, countries, and continents.” – Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Corporation, explaining why a virtual office is the future of