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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As WeWork Slows Down, Biggest Competitor Says It’s Thriving

 The chief executive of International Workplace Group contends his company’s approach may not be as flashy but is more sustainable.  In a few dizzying days last month, WeWork replaced its ch...

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It's Not We, It's You: A Lesson That Landlords Must Learn

  Remember Napster? It was a precursor to what we now call the sharing economy. Instead of buying a record from the record companies, Napster allowed people to share storage space with one anoth...

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WeWork Competitors Not Deterred Or Elated Over IPO, But They Expect Industry Consolidation

WeWork's failure or success on the public market has been portrayed by some analysts as a bellwether for the future of the entire coworking industry. If WeWork goes public and its stock...

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The Rise of Co-Working Continues

The number of people using co-working space in the UK rose 10% in the past year, according to a survey by blockchain-powered shared workspace provider Primalbase.This spring, the UK’s co-working popul...

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Office Availability in London's Midtown Now at a Record Low

The availability of office space in London’s Midtown market continues to decrease with availability now at a record low and set to drop further.  There is just over 1m sq ft on the Midtown market...

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11% of London’s office space will be flexible by 2023

Flexible offices are projected to grow from a 6.3% (14.7m sq ft) share of the London office space at the end of 2018 to an 11% share by 2023, according to a new report from JLL and flexible office spa...

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Knotel ramps up London and Dublin office search

Knotel is on the hunt for London and Dublin office space amid a race for space in the co-working sector. The flexible office provider – which furnishes office space for companies and sublets it back t...

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Is WeWork really worth nearly $50bn?

The We Company is a business that defies description, at least according to its co-founder and chief executive Adam Neumann. But for many it's the firm's valuation that is really defying explanation. ...

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