Workbar’s New Broker Partnership Program Offers Completely Customizable Workspace Solutions for Companies of All Sizes

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Workbar, Boston’s coworking space trailblazer, has introduced a Broker Partnership Program for advisors working with clients seeking flexible, nontraditional office space in the Greater Boston area. With this program, brokers can now be compensated for placing those customers at Workbar.

Open to all brokers, this program offers fully-customizable office solutions for companies of all sizes, including access to locations throughout the region in both urban and suburban markets, as well as the opportunity to participate in Boston’s innovation economy through hosting corporate meetings and events in their spaces.

Over the last decade, Workbar has been the go-to solution for an expansive network of companies ranging from early-stage startups to enterprise corporations seeking innovative workspace options for their employees.

Workbar’s “multi-access” membership model, the cornerstone of its Hub and Spoke approach, is considered an attractive selling point for companies looking to offer their employees a more flexible work routine. With a Workbar membership, companies can offer their employees the ability to access and work out of any one of their 8 locations, including meeting room time, free WiFi, exclusive member perks, and discounts.

“Flexible office space is emerging as a really popular employee amenity for companies of all sizes,” said Sarah Travers, head of business development for Workbar. “We recognize there’s no ‘one size fits all’ solution, so we’re setting the standard with completely customizable workspace solutions that can be designed to meet the very specific needs of every company we work with, from national corporations to growing startups.”


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About Workbar

Workbar is Boston's original coworking space, with eight locations throughout Greater Boston, including South Station, Cambridge, Somerville, Danvers, Norwood, Brighton, and Arlington and partnerships with 12 more coworking sites across the state. The network of shared workspaces offers a “hub-and-spoke” system for people whose work takes them all over the region. Workbar caters to small businesses, freelancers, entrepreneurs, startups, and corporate clients with remote teams looking for an affordable, flexible place to work and to meet with clients and other like-minded professionals. With professionally-managed space and top-tier office amenities, Workbar coworking spaces are built with the connections needed to inspire, provoke, and ignite productivity and passion.


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