Working remotely doesn’t have to mean being cooped up in your house or apartment. Now there are spaces where remote workers and tech startups can get office space or just share a communal work area with others just like them. Coworking spaces like WeWork have even made the news recently scoring big cash investments.
Robert Conrad, partner in another such venture, Co-Merge Workspace, explains to UT San Diego why coworking is the future:
“One, technology enables it. With all that technology offers, beyond face-to-face interaction there’s no reason to have an office.