According to new data from Coworker.com, global meeting room demand within flexible office spaces is up 73% from 2020.
This statistic signals several different conclusions about the future of meeting room demand in a post-pandemic office environment.
For one, many companies have decided to forgo their traditional leases, meaning they no longer operate from a dedicated office space. As a result, these companies have adopted a work-from-home style of work, which leads employees to oftentimes look to meeting room bookings for group collaboration.
Meeting rooms in coworking spaces present the perfect in-between office space, offering a solution that’s just as professional as a traditional office but still casual enough that it can be used on an as-needed basis.
It goes without saying that people aren’t going to be holding client meetings or group meetings at home; independent business owners and smaller teams are instead hosting their meetings in coworking spaces as opposed to a coffee shop.
This is mainly because of the professional and fully-equipped nature of meeting rooms. Not only do most coworking meeting rooms offer an office-like setup, but they offer extra care when it comes to ensuring safety protocols in terms of contract tracing and cleanliness, which isn’t always the case in public places.
As a result of the pandemic, more people are realizing the importance of having a dedicated space that’s convenient, comfortable, and cost-effective.
As such, people are seeing the value in coworking meeting rooms, which is why global demand has increased throughout 2021 and will likely continue as flexible office space grows in popularity.
Yes Shared WorkSpace and Global meeting rooms are mostly used by people and co-workers around the world.