Incorporating Plaza Premium Group’s airport lounges will increase the supply of flexible and alternative workspaces available on Coworker.
The merger makes the combined platform the leading aggregator for flexible workspace, extending access to coworking on a global scale.
Between December 2020 and December 2021, the percent increase of new cities on Coworker rose by 25.6%, signaling recovery in the industry.
With the addition of IWG’s network, Coworker now encompasses listings for 18,500 workspaces in 172 countries, making it the largest global network of flexible offices.
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.
As the largest network for booking coworking spaces worldwide, Coworker.com announced this week that it’s platform now comprises 15,000 total spaces.
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