Unlike an office suite, coworking centres are more of a communal space designed for people to share ideas, socialize and have creative communication.

In new types of workplaces, coworking rooms and executive office suites are becoming more and more common, especially among tech startups and creative businesses that rely on collaboration. These spaces, which are known as shared office spaces are utilized as temporary work hubs that users can rent according to their needs.

Coworking centres are more of a communal space designed for people who have similar interests so that they can share ideas, socialize and have creative communication. Some coworking spaces resemble a large meeting room and open space to facilitate a collaborative environment. Sometimes these spaces are also used as seminar rooms to hold forums, discussions or talks.

An executive office suite differs from coworking spaces in that it offers a more office-like environment. These office suites are fully-furnished and are leased on a pay-as-you-use basis. The advantage is that individuals or startups can get an office space with all the necessary facilities without needing to sign a long-term rental contract or lease equipment.

For those who already have a rented office, you can always implement the coworking space concept by having more collaborative spaces in the office in the forms of discussion pods, breakout rooms and more.

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