When you’re on the road, your workspace is often reduced to cramped Starbucks tables, tiny airplane trays or any corner shop with Wi-Fi. Enter co-working, an idea fueled by Millennials giving planners an office space on the go. Like a gym, these spaces are operated through memberships, and they generally provide everything from printers and conference rooms to personal mailboxes and on-site coffee. Here are five such spaces across the country.
It’s a mix of work and play at Workbar, which has three locations in the Greater Boston area and hosts members-only events such as “Shark Tank”-style auditions, education panels, running clubs, pancake mornings and poker nights.