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.
March 20, 2019
During the COLATAM coworking conference, speakers and panelists discussed some of the challenges facing the Latin American coworking market, including design and how to drive innovation.
March 18, 2019
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.
March 15, 2019
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.
March 14, 2019
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?
March 12, 2019
WeWork goes to the Philippines, the Dallas Cowboys enter the coworking industry, and Convene focuses on wellness.
March 9, 2019
Managing Community Through Behavioral Guidelines: A Conversation With Neil Carlson, Founder Of Brooklyn Creative League
“We’re all human. Conflict happens. We wanted to give tools for addressing conflict that strengthens the culture.” Brooklyn Creative League co-founder Neil Carlson explains how introducing simple guidelines has optimized their member experience and added value to the community.
March 7, 2019
Neighborhood Coworking And “Community Capitalism”: A Conversation With Neil Carlson, Founder Of Brooklyn Creative League
Allwork.Space spoke with Brooklyn Creative League co-founders, Neil Carlson and Erin Carney, to learn how they leverage the many advantages of being an independent coworking operator.
March 6, 2019
The We Company has laid off 300 employees across its three divisions, including WeWork, which represents about 3% of its global workforce. However the company, which hasn’t yet turned a profit, says the move is performance-related — and that it plans to hire a further 6,000 employees in 2019.
March 4, 2019
Common Desk acquired Austin-based Link Coworking, Staples and Workbar split up, and a potential bubble in India.
March 2, 2019
Ashley Proctor from Creative Blueprint, GCUC Canada, and COHIP talks about the different ways a coworking space can have a positive impact within its local community and how to measure that impact
March 1, 2019
Ucommune, WeWork’s largest China rival, is reportedly seeking a $3 billion valuation for a Nasdaq IPO. Ucommune currently operates locations across 37 cities and it aims to grow to over 350 cities within the next three years.
February 25, 2019
Industrious sold PivotDesk, Ucommune plans a $3 billion IPO, and CBRE announces fist Hana location.
February 23, 2019
What are the most common traits and experiences that unite Community Managers worldwide? Digital nomad Robert Kropp, who has worked in over 100 coworking spaces and met many more Community Managers around the world, decided to find out.
February 20, 2019