We are still right in the middle of the startup boom, where some innovative and enterprising business owners still build their companies out of dorm rooms and garages. Armed only with a clear vision and little capital, they run their operations while trying to minimize overhead expenses.

Technology has been playing a crucial role in making things easier for professionals to work. With the internet being a key tool in running business operations, there is now a way to complete tasks remotely. But as convenient as this may be, there will always be a need to work in an actual office to set a professional environment where both business owners and employees can jumpstart business operations efficiently. This is where the brilliant idea of a coworking space comes in.

Find out how startups can promote team productivity in a coworking space in the infographic below. 

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