People love being entrepreneurs. It makes sense and money.
There is the thrill of working your brand new business from a coffee shop or any public spot that offers free Wi-Fi in exchange for you to spend a minimum amount every day.
In a recent survey conducted with 25 individuals in Gurugram, 80% of them visited a coffee shop to meet their clients.
55% of them had to do it weekly while one of the 25 had a meeting every day.
On an average, they spent 500 rupees per meeting.
Now, coming to the crucial gap.
75% said they did not find immediate seating at their preferred café.
That’s true because good cafes are always full.
95% agreed that a more exclusive ambience could make their meeting experience better.
Coworking spaces are thriving on this little factor to increase their revenues by offering meeting rooms with flexible options to meet one’s business needs. It’s not that cafes aren’t awesome, it’s just that you are more likely to have your client’s full attention in a dedicated space.
In fact, a possible game-changing platform called theuncube.com is offering its users the choice of booking five-star hotel meeting rooms, coworking spaces, cafes and just about any awesome building that serves great food with comfy spots to chill, all at the click of a button.
In an age of computer screens and digital communication, it’s easy to get swept away and forget the true value of face-to-face contact. One of the crucial rules of being a successful entrepreneur is to try not pass on a chance to meet clients face-to-face. It cannot always be done over emails.
Try theuncube.com to book your next meeting, and feel the difference.