Looking for a coworking space but confused by all the choices? Davinci Coworking has locations all over the world. For entrepreneurs looking for connection and community, Davinci has much to offer. You can talk with like-minded business owners in order to share ideas and resources, taking your creativity to a new level.

Davinci Coworking offices will provide you with the conveniences you need such as lightning-fast Wi-Fi, copy, fax, notary and administrative services. There are also concierge offerings such as catering and lobby greeters.

It’s possible however, that the services Davinci provides may not be the best fit for your needs. Maybe they don’t have offices conveniently located where you are, or you want specific options Davinci doesn’t offer. Here are four Davinci coworking alternatives to help you decide on your next space.

 

DropDesk

DropDesk offers an app with on-demand booking which makes it quick and easy to schedule your time on the fly. They offer a wide variety of space sizes and all include unlimited coffee, tea and snacks. Locations include California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Texas, and more. You can purchase a drop-in for as little as $3-$10 an hour, depending on the location.

Coworker

Coworker operates in over 165 countries and has over 11,500 available coworking spaces. Whether you want something near the beach or a female-focused structure or a rural escape, they have a diverse artery of spots to work and interact. The pricing for Coworker is a little difficult to find – you must first choose a location. Then you’ll need to indicate if you want daily, weekly or monthly. All of the spaces are individually owned so pricing depends on where you want it, who owns it and what type of space it is. Coworker works great for a growing business as there are no long-term fixed contracts so you can move to a larger space as needed.

LiquidSpace

LiquidSpace has a very user-friendly website from the get-go. All you do is click on whether you want hourly or monthly and your location pinpoints coworking spaces near you with pricing readily available. They offer offices all over the United States, Canada and Australia. Although there are not as many territories covered, they do have over 18,000 spaces on the site. If your town happens to be on their list, you may have more variations. Pricing fluctuates by city and size. Browsing shows costs from $16 an hour and up. With LiquidSpace you can find a space that will allow you to establish relationships as you network together and discuss new ideas.

WeWork

Being an entrepreneur can be lonely and many of us need someone else to collaborate with or bounce ideas off of. WeWork is a great alternative for that. The number of spaces is climbing and as of now is at 651 spaces in 115 cities. They offer some unique perks – micro-roasted coffee, fresh fruit water, bike storage and office supplies, just in case you forget your paper clips. Their pricing has many options. A shared workspace starts at $190 a month while a private office can run as little as $450 a month. WeWork also hosts labs for start-up companies as they grow. Their company affiliation includes big names such as Adidas, Microsoft and Salesforce.