Coworking space or shared office no doubt increasingly has become highly popular and in demand for past years and that is for good reasons. Doubtlessly it has become a better selection for the startups and for the budding industrialists etc for economizing, networking and fueling the employees’ resourcefulness. Numerous studies are carried out and found that the open office layout to have adverse effects on the performance of the staff, with unstoppable background sound and other sorts of distractions causing greater stress. And the unbelievable fact that after conducting the research on a global level about 70%+ employees feel greatly productive when works in Coworking space.
Hong Kong can be said to be a disaster in recent months. In addition to the anti-revision cases since June last year, a new type of pneumonia has recently struck, which has worsened the already bleak night market. So how to survive in a live house? The following is an empirical analysis drawn from the author’s integration of multiple operators, hoping to help the bosses overcome the difficulties: