By Rudabeh Shahbazi


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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – More and more places are kicking cubicles to the curb and putting in community tables to be used as new desk space.

Times have changed and we no longer do the type of physical, repetitive work we used to. Today, there is higher demand for work spaces that allow for collaboration and inclusion.

And We Work is in. They’re one of the largest co-working spaces in South Florida.

“It’s more like a plug and play mentality which is what we’re accustomed to, right? In today’s day and age, and that’s exactly what I love about We Work,” said Mo Abbas with Apeiron.

Their Miami Beach office is four floors with 40,000 square feet. It’s one of five new locations where ideas flow as freely as coffee and beer – everyday – all day.

“The four walls of the We Work community is an energy. I really like to be inside of as an entrepreneur and a creator,” said Mathew Sherman with the Organic Cold-Pressed Juice Company.

For these mobile entrepreneurs, being able to have access to offices across the world makes co-working spaces like We Work a no-brainer.

“As we go to do research and development trips to other cities having a space to go collect our thoughts together and visit another conference room our work from a hot desk at another location has been a huge logistical benefit for me,” said Sherman.

“Entrepreneurs in general tend to be like-minded, tend to flock together, tend to want to be exposed to certain environment. You have to cultivate those resources to build your business, right,” said Abbas.

For $ 350 a month you can have unlimited weekday access to common work space. We Work is not the only option. You can search for work spaces and you’ll find a number of other options.

Rudabeh Shahbazi

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