When I first started my company, I knew there were going to be lots of variables involved with it. Not only did I have to maintain a solid business model, but I had to have a strategy to gain the proper amounts of revenue. As a new company, I knew I wasn’t going to be making the most money from the very start, so I had to be very wise with how I spent my time and money in order to make my business viable for the future. With all of this in mind, I had to be very specific with who I hired on to my business venture, and I had to make sure that they were going to be invested in the future of the company, as well as trustworthy and reliable workers. Thankfully, I was able to source a lot of my friends from my alma mater to work with me, as we had similar degrees in business and technology, and I felt that our combined strengths would make for a solid business partnership. The next step, however, was going to be one of the trickiest.
Since we were a fairly new company, I felt like we had to save as much money as possible. Since all we really needed was an internet connection and a phone line, I felt that working directly from home was going to be one of the best ways to cut costs around the board, which would enable us to streamline our funds into other sources of our business. Unfortunately, I soon found out that your work location is extremely important to the rest of your business. While we were still getting some of our work done from home, we often found ourselves trailing off of our responsibilities, because the home environment was almost too relaxing! However, one of my workers brought up the idea of a shared office space, as it would not only provide us with an efficient work space, but it would also save us a great deal of money in the long run! Since many people were in the same coworking space, it would cost less for everyone involved. Once I got that information, I found that the company located in Denver, Colorado known as Modworks was going to be the best option for my small startup company. Once we moved in, I found that they had the perfect balance of what a contemporary workspace should be. You see, they still had the practical and efficient format of a traditional office, but they also integrated the contemporary feel and tone of a laid back and sophisticated place for companies to get their creative juices flowing. In addition to that, their work spaces were all modular, so we could always have a new and changing workspace to keep all of my employees invigorated and involved with the process of the company. Now that I’ve found the ideal shared office space, my small business is now set to progress and grow in an exponential scope!