Workthere Europe Appoints Ed Bouterse

Ed Bouterse, the new head of Workthere Europe.
  • Savills’ flexible workspace specialist Workthere has appointed Ed Bouterse as Head of Workthere Europe.
  • Ed will be responsible for the roll out and strengthening of Workthere teams across Europe.
  • According to Workthere, in the next five years the European flexible office market is expected to grow 25% year on year.

Workthere, Savills’ flexible office specialist, has announced the promotion of Ed Bouterse as Head of Workthere Europe.

Exactly one year ago, Bouterse joined Workthere to lead the business in the Netherlands where he brought a wealth of experience from the industry. In addition to the Dutch market, Ed will be responsible for the roll out and strengthening of Workthere teams across Europe.

Cal Lee, Global Head of Workthere, says: “Since launching Workthere in 2017, we have developed the platform and established a presence in nine core flexible office markets around the globe with expert teams on the ground in each market. Europe is an extremely important market for the flexible office industry and we are seeing it grow at a significant pace. This year is already 15% ahead of last year at the same period.

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“I am therefore delighted to announce Ed’s promotion to Head of Workthere Europe. His broad experience in the flexible office market, together with his dedication and enthusiasm will accelerate the expansion ambitions of Workthere as we continue our ambition to be the best global platform with the best local experts.”

Ed Bouterse, Head of Workthere in Europe, says: “In the next five years, the European flexible office market is expected to grow 25% year on year. After a year of building presence in the Netherlands, I am honoured and excited to deploy my knowledge, skills and lessons learned to strengthen the position of Workthere across Europe as the go-to advisor for businesses seeking flexible office space.”

Workthere now operates worldwide, with local specialists across nine countries, including the United States, France, Germany, Ireland, Singapore, Vietnam, the UK, Spain and the Netherlands.

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