essensys’ Coworking In Numbers Webinar: 4 Trends Driving And Shaping The Flexible Workspace Industry
In a wide-ranging webinar touching on various industry trends, essensys welcomed Liz Elam from GCUC, Steve King from Emergent Research, and James Rankin and John Williams from Instant Offices to discuss the definition of coworking, niche operators, corporate demand, and how the industry would fare during an economic downturn.
Allwork.Space is attending COLATAM – the first coworking conference in Latin America. Day one focused on regional industry trends and how strong demand is driving continued growth of coworking in Latin America, particularly in Mexico.
IWG’s 2019 Workplace Survey reveals contrasting attitudes to flexible working around the world. While 62% of firms globally reported that they now have a flexible working policy in place, many misunderstand its value. If more firms embrace workplace flexibility, by 2030 it could add $4.5 trillion to the US economy annually.
Community managers are the ones that keep a place running smoothly and the ones that bring people together. However, are we requiring them to fulfill too many other responsibilities that can lead to stress and burnout?
During a recent training session, Cat Johnson and Karina Patel explained what PPC is, how it can benefit coworking operators, and how to get started.
Karina Patel, Director of Marketing at CloudVO and Pacific Workplaces, shares how PPC can help coworking spaces attract members, strengthen brand awareness, and generate leads.
Well designed spaces aren’t just easy on the eye; they create positive experiences that keep people coming back to your workspace. Here are six ingredients that help build positive, memorable workplaces that inspire people and drive productivity.
Activity-based working is a style of workplace design that empowers individuals through choice.
It’s a flexible environment with a variety of settings that supports different working activities and purposes, and accommodates multiple requirements.
Holoportation, clever hybrid between the worlds of VR and AR, is providing us with a tantalising glimpse into the workplace of tomorrow.
What is the digital workplace? It’s defined as a workplace that “enables new, more effective ways of working” by exploiting consumer-oriented styles and technologies. In short, it’s about creating user-focused (and user-friendly) workplaces — which means overcoming the challenges of today’s technology to ensure it enables, not inhibits, productivity.
The problem with sedentary work isn’t necessarily the fact that people sit — it’s how they sit. This is where active seating options — which encourage small, light movements to improve physical and mental health — can help. Here’s how it works.
There are various benefits to joining a coworking space, one of the most important (though often overlooked one) is how coworking can help improve mental health.
Great design isn’t just about aesthetics. It’s about creating user-friendly workplaces that promote physical and mental wellbeing. Here, workplace design specialist Lloyd Coldrick discusses the challenge of human-centric design and its place in the modern work environment.
Brookfield Properties and Convene have partnered to create a 73,000-square-foot, multi-use, flagship venue at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan
Coworking franchisor, Office Evolution, is expanding its footprint with a new location in Herndon, Virginia
CommonGrounds Workplace has opened its first location in 2019 as part of the company’s $100 million Series A funding expansion program.