Flexible office businesses count on serving tomorrow’s workers

This year was always going to be a challenging one for WeWork. The unravelling of the flexible office company’s plans for a $47bn initial public offering in September 2019 was followed by the departure of its talismanic founder Adam Neumann and a bruising appraisal of its culture. 

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New Demand for Coworking Coming to the Suburbs

  With over 20,000 coworking spaces already established in countries around the world, the boom in coworking over the past decade can primarily be traced to urban centers.  Major cities like...

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The UK is reopening for business. London may never be the same

  London has seen more than its share of crises. The 2000-year old metropolis has endured an influenza pandemic, the Blitz and several financial meltdowns over just the past century. Time and aga...

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The Future Of Coworking: Interview with the Co-Founders - Work.Life

 It’s undoubtedly going to be challenging time for coworking in the next 6-12 months, but long-term I firmly believe that the pandemic will accelerate the demand for flex space, especially cowork...

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Why the Regus and Spaces CEO is doubling down on office space despite COVID-19

  In May, IWG PLC, the U.K.-based company behind managed office brands Regus and Spaces, announced its intention to raise a $390 million war chest. The company said the stock offering would help ...

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Coworking: Coming To A Suburb Near You?

 The boom in coworking and flexible offices in the past five years has to a large extent been a city-centre phenomenon. The big brands like WeWork, IWG and The Office Group have focused on centra...

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The rise of the suburban flexible office in a post COVID-19 world

  The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic will undoubtedly continue to be felt for several months to come as we all get used to new measures such a social distancing, only going out when it’s esse...

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Coworking Is Surviving Its Trial By Fire

 The business model is untested, they cried. You need to see how it performs in a recession, they said. The flexible office space had not seen a downturn before. Well boy, it has now. And so far,...

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London occupiers look to offload 388,000 sq ft of offices

  London’s office occupiers have placed 388,000 sq ft back on the market over the course of the UK’s lockdown, according to Savills. This has increased the total supply of tenant space available ...

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