included.co boosts coworking revenues by saving members money

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Shared workspaces get more stability, whilst helping growing businesses save money.

On January 15th 2016, included.co opened up a new revenue source for the operators of shared and coworking spaces, one based on saving their members money.

included.co brings together the buying power of all 80+ shared workspaces in their network across 22 countries, to get great deals on business solutions like content insurance, web hosting and online services. In cities with a large included network, they’ve also begun cutting costs on things like lunches and event tickets.

Included workspaces now get 20% of the generated revenue from the distribution of these savings to their members. This credit can be used to buy supplies, furniture, throwing parties for their members or even withdrawn as cash.

“We know how important sustainability is within the flexible workspace world; with shrinking margins and increased competition in almost every region,” explains Hector Kolonas, founder at included.co, “we wanted to give our partners a new revenue stream that didn’t make things more expensive for their members. Now they earn more, whilst helping their members spend less.”

With 60+ savings already available on-demand and more being added each week, this win-win-win business model could further ignite the rapidly growing flexible-workspace sector.

About included.co (Founded Oct 2014 in Manchester, UK) : the secret weapon for business growing from awesome shared workspaces. By combining collective buying power with their free concierge platform, they’re actively helping their members save time and money, every single day.

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