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According to Richard Morris, UK CEO of IWG, the company is responding to the workspace revolution that finds workers favoring tech-enabled offices and reduced commute times.
“IWG is the world’s leading provider of flexible work space,” said Morris. “There’s this really important emerging trend where companies want to use real estate differently and we’re responding to those needs. Businesses want flexibility and we provide workspace as a service to companies all around the world through our network.”
“What we’re here to do is to build this infrastructure to help other businesses be agile, and to help other businesses provide choice to their people around where they work and how they get their work done.”
Morris said that younger generations especially are leaning into more flexible hours rather than the traditional 9 to 5. This is why, he said, IWG wants to provide a more versatile and adaptable workspace for all users.