While no one knows what the next normal will bring, agility will be the key driver for workspace strategy in the future.
In a post-pandemic work environment, business owners are recognizing the advantages to shared office spaces as employees demand flexibility.
Premium coworking experiences could become a key game-changer for innovative hotels that cater to business travelers.
In a recent study, 55% of workers stated that hybrid working has aided better work-life balance and 38% were more productive in a flexible setting.
The price of diesel in Sri Lanka has increased so drastically that it’s nearly impossible for operators to provide electricity to members.
Now and in the future, the benefits of flexible workspaces may outweigh returning to a corporate setting for good, and here’s why.
CEO and Founder of Hub Australia, Brad Krauskopf, examines the 5 trends that will continue to shape the coworking industry in 2022.
In the aftermath of the crisis, coworking spaces that provide flexible, practical benefits will draw clients away from office landlords.
The vast amount of non-owner occupied space in Manhattan indicates the New York office market may never fully return to pre-pandemic levels.
Cho’s main goals for 2022 include reopening The Wing’s sixth location in Chicago and expanding into the European market for the first time.