In the aftermath of the crisis, coworking spaces that provide flexible, practical benefits will draw clients away from office landlords.
Between December 2020 and December 2021, the percent increase of new cities on Coworker rose by 25.6%, signaling recovery in the industry.
The pandemic has tested traditional office models, making companies rethink their work environments by looking at the coworking office model in a new light.
From carbon-neutral coworking to office decentralization and SPaaS, several key hybrid office trends are emerging to define the future of work.
Smart workspace technologies introduced by JustCo at a ceremony this week will transform how and where people work via “space as a service” concepts.
After facing a sharp, pandemic-induced decline in April, requests for private offices in NYC reached 71% of all leads on Coworker in September.
Coworker data shows there was a +420% increase in lead volumes for London this September, despite lows in May.
The needs of modern clients have shifted, causing coworking operators to adapt their spaces to meet the multifunctional needs of enterprises.
Based on recent metrics, Coworker predicts global demand for coworking will climb another 40-50% from where it is today by as early as Q2 of 2021.