Wall Street Journal for Pivot Desk
June 12, 2014
Small companies are finding new ways to make co-working pay off.
The practice of sharing office space with other businesses has boomed in recent years—mostly as startups look to cut down on overhead and get a chance to brainstorm with their peers.
But as the concept of co-working gains traction, small firms are starting to put new spins on it. They’re finding ways to use existing co-working setups to cut costs and boost efficiency, and they’re coming up with ways to put the idea into practice for themselves—without a third-party space.