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How to Create A Workspace that Boosts Productivity

We are all uniquely different. We eat differently, live differently, and to no surprise, work differently! Even though we all have our own working styles, there are many common ways for us all to improve our productivity – starting with the workspace. From the layout of office furniture to the atmosphere of our workspaces, our coworking spaces have been built to optimize productivity, however, there is still room to improve. Keep reading to learn how to boost your productivity levels and make your desk a place where you want to get work done.

1. Create Opportunities for Movement

A great way to stay focused during a long day of work is to acknowledge when you’ve hit a productivity wall and to take many short breaks. This helps to gain a new perspective on what you’re working on and keeps you productive – remember that productivity is not directly correlated to time spent on a task. Whether it be taking a short walk outside, getting a snack, or even just walking to the printer, it is important to leave your desk during a break to allow yourself to recharge.

Pro tip: an adjustable standing desk attachment is a great way to encourage changing positions and moving throughout the workday (see picture above!).

2 . Keep Your Space Clean

If you’re sitting at a messy desk thinking about how messy your desk is and how you should clean it, you’re probably not getting much work done. Get in the habit of taking a few minutes each day to tidy up your workspace. By throwing out unnecessary items and maintaining an organizational system that works for you, you can remove all the unnecessary distractions and clutter that keep you from being more productive. In addition to organizing your workspace daily, it is also beneficial to create a to-do list for the day before. Sitting down at the end of the day and writing what you need to accomplish tomorrow gets you off to a productive start the next morning.

3. Soothing Sounds

It feels good to get away; to be near the beach and hear the sounds of the ocean as you gaze at the sky. The thought of the ocean’s sounds can put you in a relaxing mood because sounds can be therapeutic. Unfortunately, depending on where you work and how you work, you may not have the luxury of playing sounds while you work in the office. If you’re currently remote, this can be the perfect time to incorporate soothing sounds into your work routine to help you focus. While a playlist of your favorite songs may serve as more of a distraction as we sometimes can get lost in a song, jazz music or instrumentals can provide the same pleasure.

4. Get A Plant

No, seriously! Putting a plant on your desk isn’t just for pretty Instagram photos. They are proven to serve a great benefit to a workspace as well. Scientific studies have proven that plants can not only reduce stress, but also increase productivity and creativity. Not only does having plants at your workspace help produce cleaner air, they also brighten up your workspace and can boost your energy. Even if you don’t have a “green thumb,” there are tons of plants that are extremely simple to maintain, like aloe and spider plants. However, if caring for plants isn’t your thing, fake decorative plants can still enhance your workspace without the responsibility of watering.

5. Personalize

Personalizing your space can increase your focus and inspiration, but it’s important to decorate in moderation. While items that you don’t use often shouldn’t take up valuable desk space, it is important to decorate and add some personal touches to your workspace. Items like a personal desktop calendar or a family photo can keep you organized and motivated as you work throughout the week. With your private office or dedicated workspace, you have complete freedom to decorate your space however you like!

So, there you have it, a foundation to start building the office of your dreams! Another quick takeaway: always make sure you have enough plug sockets near your work area; an area that has natural light is always ideal, and when possible, work close to a coffee maker to give you the morning boost you need!

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Six Business Launch Tips for Covid-Preneurs

By: Chelsea Lamb - businesspop.net

As the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, aspiring entrepreneurs might wonder if it’s a risky time to start a business. But with consumers getting excited about returning to their old hobbies and habits, the current moment presents a great opportunity for up-and-coming business owners. PIVOT
offers the following tips on how to succeed as a COVID-preneur.

Outline Your Business Budget​

Depending on which industry you are entering, things might still be a little shaky economically. Therefore, it is important to draw up a business plan that includes a detailed business budget. As you estimate your revenue for the coming months, stay on the conservative side – you do not want to anticipate sky-high profits, only to be disappointed and financially unstable by the end of the year.

Hire a Remote Team

A great way to save money and reduce expenses is by working with a remote team. This means they may need to hire employees and contractors remotely rather than scheduling interviews and onboarding them in person. Silicon Republic recommends testing out the technology you plan to use for interviews in advance and thoroughly educating your employees on the software they need to get acquainted with. As you move into management mode, make sure to set reasonable productivity standards.

Establish an Online Payroll System

Once you have a team in place, you will need to set up a reliable online payroll platform. Choose one that includes features and functions like same-day direct deposit, automatic tax calculating and filing, and automatic payroll scheduling. With a service that offers a mobile payroll app for both Android and iOS, you can monitor and process payroll while out of the office right from your smartphone.

Focus on Digital Offerings

You may want to prioritize launching digital products and services first, even with restrictions lifting. After all, you are better off staying on the safe side! You could host virtual events, release webinars or online courses, sell ebooks, and more. You can also think about how you can shift your product strategy in the future – for instance, eventually you can host in-person events and classes instead.

Formalize Your Business

Another important step before you launch is to formalize your business with the state. You’ll need to choose which business structure works best, such as a sole proprietorship, a limited liability company or a corporation. Filing this type of paperwork used to be a tedious process; however, online formation services have made it easy to establish your business. Take the time to compare sites like Legal Zoom vs. ZenBusiness. Both have several packages designed to fit your budget, and both are able to help you expedite the formalization process.

Virtual Marketing Strategy

Right now, you’ll need to put lots of time into designing the perfect digital marketing strategy. Not only will you be primarily selling digital products and services, but you will also be competing with lots of other businesses that are trying to reach customers online. Therefore, you need to go the extra mile to stand out. Naturally, you’ll want to focus on social media marketing – using these platforms is free, and you can reach a large number of people. To make sure that your social media strategy is effective, Meet Edgar recommends prioritizing several platforms and setting specific goals for your follower count and engagement metrics.

Maybe you have been sitting on a great business idea for months but have been wary of executing a launch. You do not have to keep putting off going for your entrepreneurial goals. Now is the time to put your business plans in motion!

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8 Ways to Improve Your Work-Life Balance

By: Katie Pownall

During the past few months, more and more people were asked to work from home. Even though this change was initially received with enthusiasm, many employees quickly realized how difficult it is to separate their personal and professional lives. When working from home, it is easy to get immersed in tasks, thus neglecting your social life.

In this article, you are going to learn eight ways to improve and maintain your work-life balance.

1. Prioritize the Tasks You Need to Do

The first thing that will help you avoid stressing out about your daily tasks is to prioritize them. Decide which ones are the most urgent and important ones, and make sure that you start with them. Then, you can move to the less important tasks.

Pro tip: Try out the Pomodoro Technique to improve your productivity and time management!

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2. Know Which Are Your Most Productive Hours

It is the truth that every human can function better at some specific hours each day. For example, some people can work the best in the morning, while others can concentrate more during the evening. For this reason, it is important to recognize when you are the most productive so that you take advantage of these hours to get some work done.

3. Set Specific Work Hours

The trick to maintain a work-life balance is to stick to a schedule. Set your work hours and try to stick to them, even though you might feel that work is piling up. It is important to get rest and self-care time so that you don’t get burnt out.

4. Create a Morning Routine

Another trick to help your mind get prepared for a workday at home is to slowly enter that mindset. For instance, you can create a routine that will help you focus during the following hours. Many people have found that exercising and meditating can be really helpful in getting ready for work.

5. Don’t Be Afraid to Unplug

Working from home means that you might experience a lot of frustration and mismanagement of your time. When the situation gets overwhelming, don’t hesitate to unplug and take a break that will help you ease your mind.

6. Alter Your Workspace to Help You Focus

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Chances are that you have decorated your home without having thought that you might use it as an office. For this reason, you might now have a workspace that helps you focus. If this is the case, try to redecorate or alter your workspace so that there are no distractions around. By adding decorations like plants or art, your workspace can become a space you actually want to spend time at.

7. Explore the Co-Working Option

Co-working can really be a solution to maintaining a work-life balance. If you find it difficult to separate your work life from your personal, then finding a space to work with others will benefit you significantly. One of the main benefits of coworking is having a workspace outside of your home. Just this alone gives you much greater work-life balance and helps to separate your personal and professional life.

8. Make Time for Your Social Life

Apart from the necessary self-care time, you should also remember to include some time for your social life in your schedule. Socializing will help you relax and forget your day-to-day stress. However, it is important to specifically set a time and date for this as many people tend to forget how important their social life is.

When working from home, time management is essential, and with these tips, you can keep your work-life balance. If you don’t have enough space in your apartment, co-working is an effective option.

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Who Uses Co-Working Spaces?

By: Katie Pownall

People from every sector, at every paygrade, have had to figure out how to work around social distancing guidelines, with offices being closed and meetings face-to-face being unable to go ahead. Many of us have come to love our working from home setup, and we will be reluctant to head back to the office! But what if there was a better alternative? One that combines the things we love about working from home, like flexibility and home comforts, with the productiveness of an office? The answer is simple – co-working spaces.

 

finding middle ground

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Pre-pandemic, most companies had their own office spaces. Most of these have been sat empty for the best part of a year, leading many businesses to query the cost-effectiveness of renting and upkeep of these spaces. While many employees can work well from home, keeping a desk for them in a company office seems futile. Conversely, many employees do miss certain elements of office working, so how do we find a middle ground? For lots of people, co-working is the solution. Co-working spaces provide people with great office space that they can use when they see fit.

 

An efficient workspace

One of the great things about this shared office space is its efficiency. It is incredibly easy to book the space for just when you need it, meaning you don’t have to pay for it when you are not using it, unlike a traditional office space. Because of this efficiency, co-working spaces are great for entrepreneurs or smaller businesses who have to be clever with how they use their resources. For these people, coming to a co-working space a couple of times a week can be perfect for getting paperwork done, even when they carry out most of their work from home. They do not have to commit to renting office space they only need occasionally, so they save money!

leaving the distractions at home

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Additionally, co-working spaces are fantastic for people who have come to love working from home but sometimes find themselves getting distracted by family or pets. Taking yourself out of the distracting environment for just a few hours a week can really boost productivity. It can also give you the work-life balance that has been so hard to achieve for many of us over the past year.

 

flexibility

We believe co-working spaces are the future of the work world. This is for several reasons, one of which being that these shared office spaces are great for almost everyone in employment. Whether you are working part time to cover your college fees, working full time in a multinational corporation, or you’ve just started your own business, co-working spaces can offer you what you need. In their essence they are flexible, meaning you can use them in the way that suits you best. Could co-working spaces be the missing puzzle piece to helping your career?

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Covid-19 is Slowing Down: What it Means for Co-Working

By: Katie Pownall

As many countries begin the careful transition back to pre-pandemic normality, employers and employees alike are wondering what the future of work has in store. So many of us have come to find working from home is preferable to office working, but at the same time working from home does have some limitations. Therefore, lots of us are considering what other options might be out there that suit our needs better. One thing is certain – employers demanding that employees work in offices used solely by their company is feeling very outdated now! So what alternatives are there?

New Alternatives

By far one of the most popular alternatives is co-working. Co-working spaces are shared office spaces often used by employees of many companies for usually 2 or 3 days a week. For the rest of the week these employees are able to work from home. Rather than feeling chained to a desk, co-working spaces offer the option of a productive working environment without the expectation that you will be there from 9am until 5pm Monday to Friday. The flexibility they offer is so appealing to many people who have found that working from home is much better for fitting their personal life and responsibilities around their work life, but who miss the calm nature of an office space, away from home distractions.

A New world
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Co-working spaces are one thing to have emerged over the past year that just makes so much sense. We are living in a very different world to the one we knew a year ago, and it’s clear that lots of things that were the norm a year ago were not the best designed option. We have had the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate the systems and protocols that were in place and see how they fit in the modern world. While breaking from tradition can be scary, it usually leads to progress, which we should all be striving for. Lots of employers have come to value the dedication of their employees to their jobs through the last 12 months, and as such have come to understand that often they know how they work best. The option of using co-working spaces is therefore perfect for giving employees agency to determine where they work.

Co-working is here to stay!

Over the next few months, as social distancing guidance is relaxed and social mixing becomes more acceptable, it seems clear that co-working spaces will be more popular than ever before. Providing people with a great location to work, without being distracted by their colleagues, but with other people around to help to hold themselves accountable, co-working spaces seem destined to be the office working solution for the years to come. It doesn’t seem like it will be long before company offices are a thing of the past – co-working spaces are here to stay!

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How Technology is Changing Work from Home

By: Katie Pownall

Over the past year we have all been on a steep learning curve. Many of us started working from home for the first time, and we had to find ways to communicate with colleagues and clients that didn’t involve being face to face. Mastering these new skills required us to spend a lot of time learning about various technologies that were novel to us. Now, lots of us are as comfortable with joining a video call as we would be walking into a meeting room. But this wasn’t a smooth journey; we’ve all faced issues in the last 12 months with technology! Despite these setbacks, most people would agree that we are all better equipped now to succeed in the world of work than we were at the beginning of the pandemic. So how has technology changed how we work from home?


Working from home

The biggest difference between working from home pre-pandemic to working from home now is that many employers are more open to allowing employees to work from home. We have all been trusted to work productively even when our bosses can’t check up on us and, for the most part, employers have seen productivity increase. The flexibility that working from home gives employees makes it a very appealing perk that allows them to work around their lives. Whether you are juggling childcare (as many parents have been throughout the past year), coping with poor health, or are geographically situated far from the office you might otherwise be expected to work in, working from home is a great solution. Technology now enables people to work from the other side of the world, meaning employers can source the best talent for their business, unrestricted by proximity.


Co-working as a solution

However, as we are all now expected to be able to work at home in much the same way we would in an office, the nature of working from home may not be providing all the bonuses it once did. Technology has made working from home much more similar to working in an office. Consequently, many people are looking for a working environment that combines the benefits of office working but in a location that is less distracting than home. To provide this solution, co-working spaces are popping up. Co-working spaces are shared office spaces that provide the perfect solution for a lot of people who appreciate having a place where they can focus solely on work, but with some of the amenities and facilities that make working from home preferable to office working.

Shifting mindsets

The rise of co-working spaces reflects the desire of people to find the perfect working environment. Many employers who have brought on people in the last year find it hard to justify the cost of office space for people who can clearly work effectively from home. The perfect solution is to offer co-working spaces that employees can use as they see fit. A key reason for this shift in mindset is definitely the global adoption of technology that makes remote working much simpler. It is easy to see co-working spaces becoming increasingly popular as we move back to normality and people seek out the perfect working environment.

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Employers and Employees Alike Are Embracing Co-Working Spaces

By: Katie Pownall

Over the past year or so there has been a noticeable shift in the mindset of both employers and employees as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Having made the switch to working from home, many people are reconsidering whether they need to return to working at a desk in a traditional office space full time. On the other hand, solely working from home is not always the most ideal option either. So, what is the alternative?

The solution for many people may be co-working spaces. This option allows businesses to give employees the flexibility to combine office working with some working from home, while also minimizing the cost of running an office space. Co-working spaces are becoming increasingly popular, and it is easy to see why!

Cost effectiveness

A unique benefit of co-working spaces is how attractive they areas a proposition for both employers and employees.For employers, co-working spaces offer a cost-effective solution to the challenge of finding great office space for their employees. The best employers want to be able offer their employees desks in office spaces that promote productivity and good mental health. This is a tricky combination to get right, but many co-working spaces are great for this -employees are not tied to their desks, but instead can use the space in a way that suits them best. Co-working spaces are specifically designed to encourage people to work effectively, often providing amenities that make office working more appealing for employees.

Working from home

For employees, co-working spaces provide an excellent bridge between working from home and office working. Many employees are now working from home, so making the transition back to office-based working can come as a shock to the system as they try to make their lives post-pandemic fit into a pre-pandemic environment. By using co-working spaces, people are able to return to a desk in an office-space that is not at home, but which provides many of the benefits that they have come to love through working at home. They are able to take advantage of spaces designed to encourage productivity, whether for a set number of days per week as determined by their employer, or at their own discretion.

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Co-working is a great option for entrepreneurs too. The number of entrepreneurs seems to be higher than ever before, due to the pandemic forcing many people to find alternative forms of income. These people would be likely to benefit greatly from office space but may not be able to afford to rent an office space solely for themselves or their small team. That’s why a co-working space is the perfect solution; a co-working space allows people to take a desk in a great office space that they would otherwise be unable to afford.

It is no exaggeration to say that co-working spaces are more popular than ever before, and it seems likely they will continue to grow in popularity as more people continue to sing their praises.

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How to Create a Workspace that Works

By Tony Logan

We are all uniquely different. We eat differently, live differently, and to no surprise, work differently! Which means the typical workspace may not work for you. One of the pandemic’s silver lining is that it has allowed more workers to work from home or at a local co-working space. So, that means if the small cubicle with the low fluorescent light isn’t your idea of a workspace, you can now use this opportunity to create your own. As we begin this workspace journey, what are some things you should consider? I will breakdown some small but significant details to help you get started.

1.Add green

Let’s face it when you were working from the office; chances are your workspace felt dull and stale. However, you now have the opportunity to transform new energy to where you work. One of the easier ways to do this is by adding plants to your workspace. The first reason is that plants brighten up your workspace. I know a bright and vibrant workspace may seem minor, but a liven workspace has proven to enhance our overall mood. The better our perspective, the more productive we can become to approach and tackle work. No, I know some of you are probably thinking, “I don’t have a green thumb,” but don’t worry, you have options. Plants like Snake plants and aloe plants are low maintenance and are easy to care for. If real plants aren’t your teacup, you also havefake decorative plants that look just as good without the responsibility.

2.Soothing Sounds
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Sometimes it feels good to getaway. To be near the beach and hear the sounds of the ocean as you gaze at the sky. The thought of the ocean’s sounds can put you in a relaxing mood because sounds can be therapeutic. Unfortunately, depending on where you work and how you work, you may not have the luxury of playing sounds while you work in the office. If you’re currently remote, this can be the perfect time to incorporate soothing sounds into your work routine to help you focus. While a playlist of your favorite songs may serve as more of a distraction as we sometimes can get lost in a song, jazz music or instrumentals can provide the same pleasure

3.Stay close to the Wi-Fi

Depending on what kind of work you do, choosing an isolated area may seem like the right choice. Fewer distractions, less noise as you disclude yourself from the world. For some, this place may be in the basement or the attic totally out of the way.However, one factor that you need to consider is how well your Wi-Fi reaches in that area. If the Wi-Fi router is in the living room upstairs, working in the basement across the house may not give you the strongest signal or fastest Wi-Fi speed. Lack of access can affect the quality of your zoom meetings and phone calls while at work. Choosing a “sweet spot” close to the Wi-Fi that will give you privacy is vital in this situation. Your potential workspace may require you to install another router in the house or to use a hotspot.

So, there you have it, a foundation to start building the office of your dreams! Another quick takeawayalways make sure you have enough plug sockets near your work area; an area that has natural light is always ideal, and when possible, work close to a coffee maker to give you the morning boost you need!

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THE BENEFITS OF WORKING REMOTELY

By: Tony Logan 

It is no longer news that almost half the population of full-time employees, depending on the nature of their jobs, now work remotely. Over the years, working in an office space has evolved into working remotely. This is true even for office workers and entrepreneurs alike. The number of people working remotely has witnessed a drastic rise, and the growth rate isn’t slowing down anytime soon. The reason isn’t farfetched. It is simply because working remotely has numerous benefits. Amongst several, some of the most important benefits include…

Increased Productivity:

Working remotely afford workers and a co-working experience more productive input and output than working in a traditional office. Thisis because workers can easily set up a workspace wherever they find comfy and void of distractions. This provides a much more productive environment compared to an office and a highly flexible work life that births better efficiency.

Saves Cost and Time:

This saves workers the stress and cost of commuting rather than the daily routine of getting to a traditional office on a daily basis. As a result, itensures less absenteeism and lateness. Also, time is saved becauseworkers become more inclined to start their workday early—this gifts workers more opportunity to perform more tasks.

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Better Mental Health for Work Capacity:

Stress is often related to anxiety and depression; thus, its reduction is crucial to a productive workforce. It has been acknowledged that remote workers experience lower stress levels to work than office workersand, as a result, produce more efficiency regarding their jobs and tasks.

Get Work Done Around the Clock:

Working remotely affords workers the ability to get work done around theclock rather than being restricted to work hours at a work location. This generally improves the business engagements of organizations to their customers and clients over the world.

FINAL THOUGHTS

Due to the nature of the work ethics surrounding being a successful remote worker, better habits are nurtured working remotely. Some of these essential and healthy habits created include self-control, a high level of self-motivation, brilliant multitasking skills, effective time management, and organizational skills, ability to focus and concentrate, generation of brilliant ideas, and many more. All of this adds to the molding of a better individual in other aspects of life. These habits are habits that working remotely creates as compared to working in traditional offices.Hence, to maximally enjoy the benefits of working remotely, it is imperative to build healthy communication amongst your team members, clarify expectations, be organized, and work effectively with remote working tools. Create a healthy workspace, exercise regularly, have a strong support system, and of course, take breaks!

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Pivoting against the competition

By: Tony Logan

As remote jobs emerged with a new trend in technologies, more people started searching for a suitable space to work and find comfort. With all its distractions, hotels were the closest to a suitable space for remote workers, especially freelancers.

By 1989, Mark Dixon stirred the boat towards a new direction by creating what will soon become a highly competitive industry. He started the idea of a working space by founding Regus, which became a unique idea that would be replicated with modernized technologies. Eleven years after Regus, a major competitor capitalized on the limited scope of Regus. WeWork became the industry’s new face to create a community, rather than simply creating a suitable office.

Despite its innovation, WeWork’s services could only be afforded by those capable of meeting the exorbitant fees.

With the two leading spaces having their flaws, the industry’s closest member to perfection is presently pivoting the competition with a combined and unique feature that makes it exceptional. Here are some distinctive features of Pivot as a rising force in the sector.

1. Establishing Partnerships with Local Small Business Owners

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Beyond having a beautiful office space, Pivot is a beautiful avenue for small businesses to thrive. Aside from the flexibility of their workspace, Pivot has shown great understanding in maintaining an affordable cost. The environment and tools made available are all affordable, making room for small business owners, freelancers, and students to strategically build their businesses.

2. Month-to-Month Membership

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The unavailability of a year-long contract means that Pivot has demonstrated a unique understanding of change, which could affect any contract. The membership fee means clients have access to all Pivot co-working locations and amenities. Unlike other companies, the fee covers electricity, Internet, free snacks, and many other benefits associated with it.

3. 24 Hours Access to Private Office and Dedicated Members

Unlike most companies in the industry, the front desk of Pivot is not just interested in bringing new clients and neglecting old tenants. The convenience of old tenants, to enhance their productivity is a guide to Pivot’s activities. It is the reason why the company grants 24-hour access to private offices. A unique demonstration of the client’s need to boost productivity is a rare attribute of the industry.

Conclusion

Working in a suitable environment increases the chances of efficiency, especially for those who deal with creatives, such as freelancing and other remote jobs. The environment and conditions of Pivot work are channeled towards creating a community that presents a good opportunity for your business to thrive. Consider visiting Pivot Co-Working spaces in Catonsville, Ellicott City, and Clark’s view areas of Howard County and Baltimore County to have a view of the suitable workspace