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Coworking3, cooperative work, shared work, cooperative work or integrated office work (from the English coworking) is a way of working that allows independent professionals, entrepreneurs, and SMEs from different sectors, to share the same workspace, both physical and virtual, to develop their professional projects independently, while promoting joint projects. The neologism "cotrabajo"3 is the Spanish translation of the term coworking.
Co-working allows the sharing of an office and equipment, and constitutes a more elaborate proposal than, for example, cybercafés, environments in which there is also an Internet connection.
Cooperative work fosters stable relationships between professionals from different sectors that can lead to new client-supplier relationships as well as exchanges and horizontal collaboration between the co-workers themselves. In any case, it is common for a feeling of belonging to a community to be generated, beyond the effective links established between the workers who frequent the co-working spaces.
Cooperative work centers aimed primarily at Internet professionals, designers, programmers, architects, photographers, writers, journalists, and professionals from other disciplines, generally provide an individual desk or sometimes even an office for exclusive or shared use, as well as access to Internet, and various other services.9
Linked to this concept of permanence within a coworking space, the geographical factor plays an important, though not definitive, role in choosing the most appropriate space. Savings in transportation time and its associated cost are benefits that co-working brings users closer to the area in which their home is located.10
Until 2013, business incubators and business centers do not seem to fit very well in the cooperative work model, since they often do not encourage collaborative social-work life, nor management practices close to those of a cooperative. , including special attention to the community.11. However, today the gaps have disappeared and in Chile since 2014 the work of Start ups in coworks has been favored.
Cooperative working offers a solution to the problem of isolation that many freelancers, or even micro-businesses, experience from working at home. Today, and after a boom, co-working spaces are specializing, for example, particularly focused on women, oriented towards creativity and futuristic projects, focused on problems related to energy and the natural environment, etc.
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