What results in the marrying of landlords and operators is a personalized, white label workplace that becomes more than a place to get work done.
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Of all regions, APAC witnessed the most significant growth in square footage of 7%, moving from an average size of 7,238 to 7,755 sq. ft.
CEO of Hub Australia Brad Krauskopf comments on the highest-priority amenities that occupiers want to see based on a decade of experience.
A wave of consolidation has begun, with industry leaders such as WeWork, IWG, and Industrious buying up smaller competitors.
Co-warehousing is a practical solution that allows companies to store inventory without having to purchase or lease an entire facility.
According to Colliers Asia, Hong Kong is witnessing an increase in mergers and acquisitions in the coworking sector as restrictions ease.
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.
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 future of coworking may very well be based in virtual realms like Decentraland or Roblox, which offer many benefits to today’s remote workers.