How flexible offices benefit individual professionals?

In today’s fast-moving and uncertain world, flexibility is crucial for your professional success.

If you’ve ever felt isolated and unproductive while working from home, then a flexible and safe serviced office is just what you need.


What is a flexible office?


The term flexible office refers to a workspace, which provides maximum flexibility over the location, size, team, and additional services. From small private offices through shared workspaces, which are perfect for individuals and small startups to getting an individual desk for just a day or a week to escape work-from-home distractions and boost productivity.



All you need with no commitment


Flexible office offerings provide maximum flexibility as individual professionals and/or their teams decide when and for how long they want to work from the office. Thus, you’re not tied down to a long-term contract and could easily expand, reduce, or vacate your workplace with short-term notice.

Also, flexible serviced offices usually include everything needed to run your business and/or work productively. For instance, at Campus X we provision an end-to-end office experience – from fully equipped meeting rooms, common areas, and kitchens to fast and reliable Facility and IT services and an award-winning Cisco Meraki lightning-fast internet connection. All these and much more along with the utilities and free refreshments are included in our plans with no hidden fees.


Productive office environment

“I've always preferred to work from an office environment as this helps me keep a better work-life discipline, stay way more productive and better organized. In the office I don't have to deal with the discomfort of working from the dining table or taking a call from the bedroom while my husband is having another one in the living room,” shares our member Tina Kesova, Head of Marketing at Codeable and adds:

By opting to work from a flexible serviced office you’ll get access to an enterprise-level office environment, where everything is taken care of. From the highest class of office facilities to a secluded space to do focused work, the office can make a difference for your productivity and psychological well-being. As Tina explains:


“The biggest challenge I personally have when working from home is that it almost always feels like I'm working. The line between work and rest time is blurred and that is ultimately what affects my productivity the most. In the office, I have the perfect, distraction-free environment that enables me to do my best work and then when I'm done, I can go home and rest. At home that is not the case. I tend to overwork and then I am tired and unproductive day after day.”


Much more than an office – a powerful community

Being part of a powerful community of great companies and like-minded people can be a major advantage for every professional. Campus X is home to 50+ leading companies and individuals, who are eager to share knowledge and experience and help each other on the way to success.