WFH is not for everyone: Tips for finding the perfect co-working site


Do you want to hot-desk in a casual loft atmosphere or have conference rooms in a business lounge? Coworking spaces differ greatly, and you need to know exactly what you want from Day One. Photo: Christin Klose/dpa

Remote working is already a part of everyday life for many of us - but it does have its drawbacks. Your home may not be the ideal place to welcome customers and clients, or you might find yourself running out of space.

Happily there are many co-working sites where freelancers and self-employed people can share facilities.

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