The coronavirus pandemic has turned the world upside down. It came in like a raging tsunami and took everyone and everything in its path. Businesses have trampled under their weight, and many have had to go under.
With no end in sight, the pandemic has managed to make humans change the way they think. Business owners have been left with no other choice but to adapt to the changing global environment and evolve or risk going bust.
Such disruption has never been witnessed in modern times. While the pandemic has spelt good news for the digital industry, many other sectors have not been able to fare well in 2020.
Coworking spaces met the same fate as the rest of the sectors in the economy, especially after the social distancing norms were put into practice worldwide. Entrepreneurs and business owners replaced the private office and coworking space arrangements with remote working, to curb to spread of the disease.
The excellent news for coworking spaces in the country is that the spread of the coronavirus pandemic has mostly been contained. With life getting back to normal and industries reopening their operations, this spells fantastic news for coworking spaces in Karachi, and they are all set for a roaring return.
Work From Home Is A Temporary Arrangement:
As much as employers have liked the idea of not paying office rent and as much as employees have loved remote working, it is not going to last forever. Remote working was put into effect as a last resort when the coronavirus numbers got out of hand. Remote work arrangements have kept the economy on its feet, and there is no denying that they will remain popular. However, most employers are already opening their workplaces. As the Covid-19 numbers go down and the demand for coworking spaces in Karachi is going up once again.
Mental Peace And Tranquility:
Work from home arrangement has not worked out too well for everyone. Many employees have had to do with the make-shift home office only due to a lack of a dedicated home office. While employees have enjoyed doing work from the convenience of their homes, they have not been able to concentrate on their work fully. This is due to a variety of factors, most of all, having a noisy family and too many house chores to perform during office hours. Mental peace is essential and coworking spaces in Karachi, particularly CoSpace 1.0 and CoSpace 2.0 in Shahrah-e-Faisal and Federal B Area, respectively, provide just that opportunity.
People Have Missed Networking:
People ideally want a change of scenery and remaining isolated at home since the pandemic began, has affected their mental peace to a great extent. Coworking spaces in Karachi and beyond, provide people with the opportunity to engage with other like-minded individuals. Interpersonal human interaction is highly significant for the mental well-being of many individuals. Entrepreneurs and small business owners know the importance of networking for the growth of their business. Coworking spaces in Karachi provide the ideal platform for such individuals.
All in all, coworking spaces in Karachi have started seeing regular activity being restored, and the points above indicate that coworking spaces will thrive soon.
The concept of Cospace started as a direct result of startups, freelancers and entrepreneurs being unable to find a facility that boasted all the amenities – as well as a place where they could creatively focus all their strengths and meet other like-minded professionals to network with.