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Take Care, an independent beauty store in Washington D.C., has added a coworking space called Workwell within its space that focuses on creating a peaceful workplace.
The U.S. workforce is expected to consist of 50% of freelancers by 2027, which means that the 4.8 million Americans that are self-described digital nomads will likely grow.
Entrepreneurs, small businesses, and a young generation of workers seeking an agile workplace are helping fuel the flexible space sector in Central And Eastern Europe.
Southeast Asia’s largest coworking provider JustCo has signed a 4,200 square meter lease for it’s first Sydney location as it moves to doubling its regional footprint.
CBRE is rolling out its A&B concept that combines the collaboration of coworking spaces, hospitality services, amenities, and artificial intelligence-driven technology.
The Belize Tourism Board is hopping on the niche coworking trend with an overwater bungalow coworking space on a small island— an idea WeWork wishes it had thought of.
WeWork’s major expansion model has become a cause for concern for many European banks, especially after SoftBank pulled away from a $16 billion investment this year.
Co-labs Director Benjamin Teo said that the coworking space firm is successful by providing members a sense of community, productivity, and a non-traditional workspace.
As many people spend more time indoors, biophilic design initiatives have been working to ensure building occupants are maintaining good physical and mental health.
Australia’s largest female-focused coworking company One Roof raised $1 million in capital with the help of only women investors who hope to aid female-run businesses.