The pandemic brought different changes in the workplace structure. For many employees, remote work became the norm, enabling them to have a better work-life balance. And, as the offices are currently experiencing changes in terms of design, coworking spaces are also transforming to provide remote workers a greater experience. This is the case of TreeWork by Busch Light that is providing an outdoor coworking space in the Northern Colorado woodlands.
As flexible arrangements continue happening in companies worldwide, many have seen this as an opportunity to build alternative coworking spaces that give remote workers a different experience. Such was the case of the floating offices in Poland or of this new outdoor coworking space.
TreeWork Coworking Space
Busch Light will be hosting an outdoor coworking space called TreeWork – parodying WeWork – . Its purpose is to engage with customers working remotely with an undisclosed location in Northern Colorado.
What does TreeWork offer?
- A well-ventilated office space
- Bush Light happy hours
- Opportunities to camp outside
The brand positioned itself as the beer of the great outdoors. According to research, 29 minutes spent outdoors results in a 45% increase in productivity. Along with helping remote workers be more productive, Busch seeks to help them reduce stress and fatigue associated with the pandemic.
Daniel Blake, group VP for Budweiser, said:
As the beer brewed for the great outdoors, we knew we had a chance to step in and create a coworking space that leverages the beauty of nature to help alleviate some of the stress and fatigue that have been impacting all of us.
For those interested in this outdoor coworking space visit busch.com/treework.