Did you know that over 60% of professionals have some form of workplace flexibility, whether they have a home office or they are freelancers in their industry? Are you one of those members of the 60% club?
Studies also show that people who work outside the home in a space with other creative professionals increases your own creativity and betters your work/life balance.
But what if your work requires you to travel all over Colorado? What if you have commitment issues and you simply don’t want to promise yourself to one coworking space in one city?
Well there’s good news, for all you commitmentphobes out there. The Colorado Coworking Passport lets you work at 10 different coworking spaces in six different cities along the Front Range.
Here’s a list of the coworking spaces by city (with plenty in Boulder):
- Boulder: Boulder Digital Arts, Fuse, Scrib
- Denver: Thrive, Converge, Shift, Green Spaces, Creative Density
- Durango: Durango Space
- Fort Collins: Cohere
- Loveland: The Armory
- Parker: Deep Space
Members of the Colorado Coworking Passport have the same benefits as every other member of the spaces they visit, including wifi, kitchen access, comfy chairs and a great workspace. The access hours are also often to limited to traditional business hours. Conference room policies are different for each space and determined by the community managers, but most spaces offer some free conference room time each month, so check with each space for their policy before you begin reserving meeting space.
The Colorado Coworking Passport allows members to choose the type of space they feel will best suit their style, needs and current location. The list is likely to continue growing so it’s an excellent investment.
Now that you have access to so much flexibility and productivity, what are the other intrinsic benefits that you gain by joining a coworking space?
Get Smarter: Studies show that 80% of individuals who use a coworking space love the random ideas and information they discover due to working beside others.
Be Happier: Reduce your commute time and find the social outlet you were missing when you worked at home or in an office and you get to go home at night feeling fulfilled and content.
Save Money: Beside the money you save on gas travelling back and forth to work, the Colorado Coworking Passport is up to 30% cheaper than a traditional office.
Meet People: Since you’re working with people from all different fields and industries, you’ve got networking built into your workday. Plus, with an office space, you can meet potential and existing clients in a professional atmosphere, which leaves a great impression.
If you’ve been looking for flexibility within the flexible nature of coworking spaces, then you’ve found your answer in the Colorado Coworking Passport. You can sign up on their site or contact them with any other questions today.
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