Your Own Private Oasis

With several desk and chair options, you can customize the office to your needs.

With several desk and chair options, you can customize the office to your needs.

A Private Office is The Ultimate Coworking Tool

There is nothing like being a part of a coworking space, networking with all kinds of people and feeding off the energy.

But sometimes you need to be able to lock yourself in a room and hit that deadline, have that phone conversation with a client or just get focused on the day.

Collective Office Coworking space Coppell Dallas

That's what a private office does for you. It allows you the best of both worlds to be able to work in the common areas, use the meeting rooms or head to your office, close the door and work.

Having the flexibility of a membership means no long term commitments and being able to work the way you want to.

We have a collection of private offices that are completely closed off, or open and bright with their glass walls. No matter your furniture configuration, you will have exactly what you need. 

 

About Collective Office

With our month to month memberships, you will enjoy 24/7 access to workspaces and meeting rooms all in a creative and inspiring environment. A place to work with other professionals where you can exchange ideas and develop new relationships.

Located in DFW's best central location, Main Street Coppell, our building is one you will be proud to call home. Blazing fast internet and creative workspaces are just a few reasons to say goodbye to the home office and coffee shops.

Not only is our building fantastic, but our neighborhood is awesome. Just steps away are some of the area's hottest eateries  & Coffee Shops such as Hard 8 BBQGeorge Coffee + Provisions,  Dodie's Cajun CafeThe Local Diner and Twisted Root Burger Co. Enjoy the city park that is in the center of our development and hosts the local farmers market every weekend.

Why Co-Working

Why Co-Working

There’s a new trend in the workplace: co-working. Co-working is an innovative alternative to traditional office spaces. The novel concept allows independent workers and entrepreneurs to share an open workspace instead of the traditional cubicle or makeshift set up in a coffee shop. Co-working has proven to be beneficial in both running a successful business and maintaining a professional career. So, why should you invest in co-working?

Co-working quickly and efficiently helps network, professionally and personally. While co-working you will encounter people from every business sector and walk of life who will likely be a useful connection in your future. Your business will grow exponentially with the addition of these new connections.

Uber’s Flying Taxis Will First Take To The Skies In Dallas-Fort Worth And Dubai

Look, up in the sky. It’s…a taxi! That could become reality in six to 10 years if Uber fulfills its vision of a flying cab system. Ahead of its Uber Elevate Summit in Dallas today, the ride-hailing giant shared exclusively with Fast Company its plans for urban air travel—expanding on ideas included in a white paper published last year. They include the choice of cities to start testing the technology and the initial lineup of five aircraft makers it will task with building economical, four-passenger, electric craft that will—eventually—fly themselves. (Uber is live-streaming the three-day conference from the Elevate Summit home page.)

5 Questions Every Entrepreneur Should Ask Potential Investors

When meeting an investor for the first time, entrepreneurs face a lot of pressure to make a favorable impression quickly. In many cases, this tends to make people talk too much in an attempt to appear confident, knowledgeable and articulate.

It also makes them forget to ask questions and qualify the investor’s interest and fit.

No one likes hearing a firm "no," but a rejection is better than leaving a meeting uncertain of where you stand or whether you should dedicate further time into pursuing investment discussions with that person.

Here are five key questions that should be included in every entrepreneur’s talk track to help gain the clarity you need:

5 Things You Should Stop Doing to Be More Productive

In a world of instant and on-demand, it feels like there's an ever-growing mountain of tasks to attend. We need to respond to somebody's email, finish up a project tomorrow, and of course, spend time with friends and family -- if there's any time left.

The more work we have in front of us, the easier it is to get into a frantic state of mind. Our brains get frazzled, and we end up working on counterproductive tasks simply because they're in front of us.

The interesting thing about being productive, though, is that it's about becoming selective about what you do -- not stacking on more tasks.

Here are a few things you should stop doing to get more done....

Weekend Tip - Anthony Bourdain Says This Simple Mistake Ruins Steak

Think you know how to make a great steak? Famed chef Anthony Bourdain knows the real secret to cooking the perfect piece of meat, and it’s all about taking your time.

You may know Bourdain for his best-selling cookbooks and his multiple hit television series. In his current project, CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, he travels the world in search of exotic local cuisines. Needless to say, this guy pretty much knows it all when it comes to great food.

When the weekend is over and time to get to work, Collective Office makes an awesome place to get inspired and get productive. Come discover coworking & shared office space.

What's the deal with coworking?

It might sound like a recipe for disaster to folks typically surrounded by cubicle walls: Sharing workspace with people who work for other companies.

Wouldn't that be distracting? Wouldn't that stymie productivity?

Maybe for some. But it's kind of like joining a gym. Give it a couple months and you'll get acclimated to it.

That's how Anne Kirby explains coworking to those who are brand new to the open office atmosphere that focuses less on walls and more on networking and collaboration. As founder of The Candy Factory, a coworking organization in Lancaster, Kirby is a cheerleader for the concept.

"Coworking saves you from isolation," she said. "We could take this community and go anywhere with it. The building and the space are not the primary core of what we do. It's cultivating community. It's connections. It's creating a tribe."

With a second location, called Rock Candy, opening at Rock Lititz LP, Kirby sat down with the Business Journal to provide some insight about the benefits of a shared working environment.

Hear From Our Members How Collective Office Enhanced Their Work Life.

With our month to month memberships, you will enjoy 24/7 access to workspaces and meeting rooms all in a creative and inspiring environment. A place to work with other professionals where you can exchange ideas and develop new relationships.

Located in DFW's best central location, Main Street Coppell, our building is one you will be proud to call home. Blazing fast internet and creative workspaces are just a few reasons to say goodbye to the home office and coffee shops.

 

Why People Thrive in a Coworking Space

There seems to be something special about coworking spaces. As  researchers who have, for years, studied how employees thrive, we were surprised to discover that people who belong to them report levels of thriving that approach an average of 6 on a 7-point scale. This is at least a point higher than the average for employees who do their jobs in regular offices, and something so unheard of that we had to look at the data again.

It checked out. So we were curious: What makes coworking spaces – defined as membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of freelancers, remote workers, and other independent professionals work together in a shared, communal setting – so effective? And are there lessons for more traditional offices?

Learn more about how Collective Office can enhance your work life. Coworking and office space serving Coppell, Southlake, Grapevine, Irving Las Colinas and all of North Dallas.

Want To Inspire A Millennial Driven Workplace, Let Them Travel

The lack of employee engagement is a real issue in today’s workforce. Smart companies are finding unique ways to drive engagement and reinforce culture. In three short years millennials will make up 51% of the workforce. Millennials have different expectations about the world of work. And by 2025, the group will make up 75% of the workforce.

Learn more about coworking and office space at Collective Office. Serving Coppell, Grapevine, Soutlake, Las Colinas and all of North Texas