Posted by Jay Kamlet on Dec 21, 2016
Lawyers should consider coworking for its growth opportunities
1. Lower overhead expenses
Why should you pay for an expensive office in a commercial building when you can use a coworking space for less money? Coworking allows you to keep your overhead expenses low. You can rent a desk in an open area or a private office on a shared floor, depending on the space you choose.
2. Network with other lawyers
A big reason lawyers should consider coworking is the incredible opportunity to expand your network. Connect with other professionals and other lawyers who are also building their businesses. Your new contacts can provide potential client referrals, business advice and other helpful information. Many spaces also have networking events, seminars and happy hour gatherings to encourage people to talk to each other and make connections.
3. Scale your law practice
A coworking space is also a convenient way for you to carefully scale the size of your law practice. Since you don’t have to pay for a large commercial office, you can hire employees at your own pace while keeping your costs to a minimum.
4. Membership means access to amenities
Many coworking spaces offer many amenities to entice business owners and working professionals to become a member. For example, you can enjoy private meeting rooms, office equipment, wifi, file storage, coffee and a receptionist to greet clients.
Please contact us today to find out more information about our coworking office spaces in Denver. We would be happy to schedule a tour and answer your questions. We offer open coworking or private office options to fit your style and your budget at two locations: Uptown and south Denver.