3 Best Coworking Franchises (2023 Stats)


Regus is a coworking franchise that offers flexible workspace solutions to various clients, including individuals, successful entrepreneurs, and multi-million dollar companies like Amazon, IBM, and Google. 

Regus traces its roots to Brussels, Belgium, where it was founded by Mark Dixon in 1989 to provide quality office spaces to local clients. Recognizing the demand for modern, flexible, and comfortable workspaces, Regus provides the right office spaces to help businesses, individuals, and entrepreneurs sit comfortably and achieve more. 

The company has built a chain of global workspaces, including private office spaces, coworking spaces, virtual offices, and meeting rooms.

Since it started franchising in 2012, Regus has opened in over 4,000 locations worldwide. While the company hasn’t opened many offices in the US, Regus is actively looking for new franchisees and already operates over 2,500 units worldwide.

Venture X


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Venture X is a fast-growing coworking franchise that offers flexible workspace solutions, including private offices, workspaces, virtual offices, and meeting rooms that are vital to modern businesses. 

Based in Florida, Venture X has been a revelation in the coworking space since it was launched by David and Brett Diamond in 2012, thanks to its revolutionary approach to coworking that goes beyond providing office spaces.

As an award-winning coworking franchise, Venture X provides upscale and turnkey office space solutions to businesses of different sizes and aims to help business owners and companies enjoy all the benefits of coworking using a full range of services, including virtual offices, meeting rooms, shared desks, dedicated desks, communities, and private offices. 

Franchising since 2016, Venture X has continued to reinvent itself to align its coworking solutions with the changing needs of clients in the 19 billion dollar industry and currently operates in over 22 franchised locations worldwide with over 19 units in the US. 

Intelligent Office


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Intelligent Office is a Colorado-based coworking franchise that helps business owners take the stress out of virtual office solutions. Founded in 1995 by Ralph Gregory, Intelligent Office is the worthy partner every business owner needs, dedicated to providing flexible workspaces within an industry that’s estimated to grow at a significant rate by 2029.

For over 2 decades, Intelligent Office has stuck to its initial mission of providing customized, on-demand business solutions to help individuals fulfill their potential. In the meantime, new franchisees benefit heavily from Regus’ impressive revenue pillars: dedicated office spaces, hourly offices and meeting rooms, virtual business addresses, virtual assistants and more.

While Intelligent Office may have struggled to break into the industry back then, the situation changed just a few years later with the increasing demand for flexible workspaces, allowing the company to open its franchise doors in 1999.

Today, Intelligent Office is a distinguished leader in virtual office solutions and was operating in over 56 franchised locations worldwide as of 2021 to keep up with the latest shift towards modern, well-furnished workspaces. 


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