What’s a great way of testing an idea before going to market? Our tip: Ask other like-minded people for advice, share ideas and discuss various approaches. That’s one reason why co-working spaces are so valuable to start-ups.
You can get to know like-minded people, expand your network, meet with industry experts and find employees and founding partners – all on established infrastructures.
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Critical analysis of your own ideas and an effective network that you can expand on an ongoing basis are the two most important factors for the success of any new business. That’s why more and more start-ups are actively looking to share their experiences with other start-ups that are currently in similar circumstances.
The alternative to a co-working space is renting an office property. But the costs of doing this soon add up: rent, including a deposit, plus the investment in your own infrastructure and office equipment all represent a drain on your budget. By choosing a co-working space, you can remain financially flexible, especially in the start-up phase.
Often in prime urban locations – where most start-ups could not afford to rent their own office. As well as being more cost effective, a co-working space near the city center offers an additional benefit: proximity to clients and service providers.
Most co-working spaces are equipped with everything an office needs: high-speed Internet, monitors and printers, as well as meeting rooms and communal areas. Some co-working spaces even provide integrated childcare.
We’ve established a partnership with Impact Hub Switzerland, one of the largest and best-connected co-working space providers, which has eight locations in six cities throughout Switzerland. As a UBS client you enjoy exclusive benefits with our partner Impact Hub.
Our partner Impact Hub operates co-working spaces in different cities in Switzerland, including Zurich, Basel, Bern, Lausanne and Geneva.