Flex offices can weather the economic downturn

 It is safe to say that the Covid-19 pandemic was not the best of times to find yourself running a flexible office company. Yes, the government never actually stipulated that offices had to close, but the vast majority of office workers stayed at home. Moreover, flexible office occupiers are more likely than others to be set up to work from pretty much anywhere, even if in normal times they prefer an office environment to the kitchen table. 

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