What is Virtual Office & Why Startup Needs Virtual Office?

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CoHive

People and Culture

Sep 21

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Mythbusters


In the process of marketing a coworking space, you will come to hear of rumours or hearsay of being a coworker in a non-traditional office. They can be positive or negative, but they all have something in common, being a myth. Here are the most common myths of coworking that we are going to debunk!
















  1. Myth



    : Coworking is only for startup and entrepreneurs



    Verdict



    FALSE





Even though it is possible that startup founder and entrepreneurs are the types of workers to flock into the coworking space, it doesn’t mean that other workers from different backgrounds and industries won’t fit in. Everyone who demands freedom in their working life and appreciates collaboration will adapt in fine. We have a lot of freelancers as well who spend the same amount of time in our coworking space as he would in a traditional office, while the discipline stays the same, there are no limits as to what you can and cannot do in a coworking space. If you usually work nomadicly, from home, or from coffee shop to another, you should try consider looking into coworking spaces instead.
















  1. Myth



    : Coworking spaces are distracting and noisy



    Verdict



    : FALSE





What is distracting and what is not depends on your preferences and working nature. Coworking spaces are a collaborative platform for likeminded people, which means light conversations are not prohibited (and unavoidable). But that doesn’t mean that general office rules don’t apply, it’s a general rule in every coworking space out there to keep our voices down. If you are sitting somewhere noisy, then maybe you can move to a quieter part of the office.
















  1. Myth



    : Coworking is expensive and a waste of money.



    Verdict



    : FALSE





It has been proven that having your startup work from a coworking space is cheaper than renting a ruko in general. In CoHive, you can get access to all 7 locations starting at 1mil/month; costing you 50k Rupiah/day in average to work everyday. Compared to working from coffee shops where coffee are an average of 40k/cup for a max of 2 hours of work (and that’s if you don’t care about other people waiting to sit) with unstable wi-fi. With an extra of 10k, you will get stable and fiber-optic wi-fi, free flow coffee and a comfortable work environment.


Myths are easy to debunk when the facts are all laid out in front of you. You can even debunk them yourself! Head to your nearest CoHive to endulge in the coworking culture and see for yourself whether these myths are true or false. With Daily Passes starting at 50 thousand Rupiah/day , you’ll find yourself in the middle of our coworking culture in no time!


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