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CBRE's Top 10 Future Workplace Predictions

Source: CBRE Year: 2021

What will be different in the future workplace? CBRE's Workplace and Design teams explore their Top 10 Predictions for the Future Of Work in this illustrated research piece.

Coworkintel's 2020 Coworking Industry Report

Source: Coworkintel Year: 2020

Is your space doing better than others during COVID-19? In the latest report by CoworkIntel, you will find important benchmarks for key business metrics such as: Occupancy, Employment change, Contract renegotiations and Recovery expectations.

JLL: Reimagining the New Future of Work to Shape a Better World

Source: JLL Year: 2021

In JLL's latest research, they reveal how the new trends will change real estate strategies and identify key priorities and opportunities for CRE leaders and C-Suite executives. Accelerated by the pandemic, real estate now sits at the top of C-suite priorities to enable work, workforce and workplace. And it is the workforce – empowered by technology with sustainability and individual well-being as a purpose – who is now driving and accelerating change.

The Instant Group's 2021 CRE Predictions

Source: The Instant Group Year: 2021

Market demand is rapidly changing and the supply chain must evolve. Power is not in the property as an asset but with the people that use it. Instant's 2021 Predictions explore what’s next for businesses and flexible office providers as we adapt to a post-pandemic world.

The Business Case for Remote Work — For Employers, Employees, the Environment, and Society

Source: Global Workplace Analytics Year: 2021

Global Workplace Analytics examines the potential qualitative and quantitative benefits of a blended hybrid/remote work strategy. According to the report, if the estimated 48 million full-time employees in the U.S., who hold a remote-work-compatible job, worked remotely at least half of their working week, it would save employers over $500B a year or almost $11k per remote worker per year.

Wellable: 2021 Employee Wellness Industry Trends Report

Source: Wellable Year: 2021

Wellable surveyed consultants and wellness directors from health insurance brokers across the country, representing thousands of companies and millions of lives, to reveal where companies are investing wellness dollars and how they are adapting to the new normal of a soon-to-be post-pandemic world.

How To Select the Best Software for Your Coworking or Flex Space

Source: OfficeRnD Year: 2020

Finding the right software for your workspace is not a simple matter. That’s mainly because there isn’t a one-size-fits-all software solution. In this guide, you’ll learn:

How to identify your business needs / How to set your operational priorities / How to evaluate software vendors / How to make the most out of demo and trial


Source: Gensler Year: 2020

Does hot desking work? This report from the Gensler Research Institute explores the impact of mobility and flexibility on employee performance and experience. It examines what makes an effective workplace, and the role of design and strategy in creating a positive and productive workplace.

Future Workplace

Source: Raconteur Year: 2020

With so many people now working remotely, how have perceptions of the traditional working environment shifted? This report by Raconteur explores the importance of human-centric workplaces, the role of technology, and the paradox that despite having more channels of communication than ever before, people are lonelier at work.

Opening a Coworking Space: A Guide by essensys

Source: essensys Year: 2020

essensys, coworking, flexible workspace, shared office, office space, coworking space, startup

Wi-Fi 101: Your guide to flexible workspace connectivity

Source: essensys Year: 2020

essensys, coworking, flexible workspace, shared office, office space, wifi, internet, network, business, coworking space, office, wireless networks, connectivity

Yardi Matrix National Office Report.

Source: Yardi Year: 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has sent the global economy into a contraction. Stay-at-home orders mean that millions of office workers across the country are now working from home. Read about what this means for the office sector and where office markets stood at the end of February, the last month of the economic expansion, in the latest Yardi Matrix National Office Report.

Not Just a Job: Gallup's Quality of Work Report

Source: Gallup Year: 2020

What matters most to workers? According to Gallup’s report, few workers want their employment situation to be “just a job”. In fact, job quality goes hand-in-hand with quality of life - but happiness at work goes far beyond income and benefits.

The Changing World of Work in Austria

Source: CBRE Year: 2020

This report investigates the changing world of work in Austria. To help operators improve their workplace offering, CBRE examines flexible space strategies, user experiences, and technologies as key some of the key factors that influence occupiers’ decisions when selecting buildings.

The 2020 Future of Work Report

Source: Ceridian Year: 2020

With gig work, remote opportunities, automation, and machine learning becoming part of the fabric of companies, this study by Ceridian offers insights into what decision-makers feel about the future of work, and what are they doing to prepare for it.

2020 Workplace Learning Report

Source: LinkedIn Year: 2020

LinkedIn reveals the key priorities, challenges, and inspirations with regard to learning and development. Among the top takeaways, 83% of professionals say their executives support employee learning, but less than one-third say their CEOs actively champion learning programs.

World Economic Forum: Job Opportunities in the Future of Work

Source: World Economic Forum Year: 2020

What jobs can we expect in the future? Contrary to popular opinion, we won’t all lose our roles to machines. Humans remain at the forefront of the new economy and new opportunities for fulfilling employment continue to emerge. This report offers greater understanding of these opportunities, and the skillsets we will need in the future of work.

World Economic Forum: Shaping People Strategies for the Future of Work

Source: World Economic Forum Year: 2020

HR 4.0 is a framework for developing people strategies as we navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which is blurring the lines between people and technology. The impact of these changes on business and people is redefining the way we work, and the future of work.

Global Gender Gap Report 2020

Source: World Economic Forum Year: 2020

To build fairer and more inclusive economies, we must instil gender parity across all forms of economic participation. Change is happening - but there is still much to be done. This report highlights the growing urgency for action and why we must have balance in order to deliver on the promise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Flexible Technology for CRE: Ebook by essensys

Source: essensys Year: 2020

essensys, technology, cre, commercial real estate, fleible workspace, coworking, business

2020 Workplace Learning: The Skills of the Future

Source: Udemy Year: 2020

Is your team ready for the future of work? Over the coming years your workforce will need to learn new skills, work with new technologies, and transition to digital processes - which may mean automating some parts of their job. This report by Udemy highlights the future skills your organization will need and how to prepare for this shift.

Deloitte Consumer 2020: A Decade of Change

Source: Deloitte Year: 2020

How will consumers’ attitudes and buying patterns change over the next decade? This report examines how consumer behavior will be impacted by changes in the global economy, demographics, sustainability, and new technologies -- and seeks to provide answers on how businesses will need to adapt to meet these changes.

Deloitte Talent 2020: The Employee Perspective

Source: Deloitte Year: 2020

There’s a lot of focus on how employers can attract and retain talent in the future of work. But what about the employees themselves? This report from Deloitte examines the ‘talent paradox’ to find out why so many employees are loyal to their employers, yet are unsatisfied in their jobs, and what employers can do about it.

Deloitte: 2020 Global Marketing Trends

Source: Deloitte Year: 2020

Brand marketing is changing at lightning pace. We now live in a tech-focused world with over 26 billion smart devices in circulation, yet humans remain front and center of business. This report explores how CMOs can navigate the digital world and build a human-conscious brand that leads with authenticity and purpose.

The Deloitte Global Millennial Survey 2019

Source: Deloitte Year: 2019

Deloitte’s eighth annual Millennial Survey, which includes some members of Generation Z, reveals this demographic’s thoughts on work, their lives and the world around them. Organizations that can make the future brighter for Millennials and Gen Zs stand to have the brightest futures themselves.

Tech Security for Flexible Workspaces: Ebook by essensys

Source: essensys Year: 2020

essensys, technology, security, commercial real estate, fleible workspace, coworking, business, privacy

Demographic Shifts: The World in 2030

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2020

This report extends a global viewpoint and takes the perspectives of both occupiers and investors to identify opportunities and challenges that will be encountered by 2030, and analyzes four key issues: The aging of Baby Boomers, The progression of Millennials, The difference between Generation Z and Millennials and The impacts on the world’s cities

The Value of 'Outer City' Flexible Workspace (2019)

Source: Regus Year: 2020

Research from Regus has revealed that within the next 10 years, the migration of flexible workspace to areas outside of major metropolitan cities could contribute more than $254 billion to local economies.

Digitization of Meeting Venue Bookings (2020)

Source: Meetingsbookers Year: 2020

According to's data from the past 12 months, non-hotel venues including coworking and flexible workspaces are gaining market share over hotels and conference centers, and now account for 23% of their total online meeting bookings.

Stress and Anxiety Reach a Tipping Point in the Workplace: Oracle Study

Source: Oracle Year: 2020

Employees are turning to technology for support, and their organizations must take notice. In order to ensure business continuity, agility, and productivity, HR leaders need to prioritize employees’ mental health and provide them with tools for managing stress, maintaining focus, and preventing burnout. The workforce is ready for the support offered by AI, and HR leaders are primed to drive its adoption as a tool for mental wellness.

Coworking Industry Report 2020

Source: Coworkintel Year: 2020

The flexible workspace industry is on the front line of an economic crisis. With reduced mobility and imposed work from home policies by many companies globally, coworking and other shared spaces are expected to have suffered a particularly strong hit.

Yardi's National Office Report: December 2020

Source: Yardi Year: 2020

This year's report delivers new insights that will help management and leadership teams better understand their employees' expectations about remote work in a post-Covid-19 world. In particular, it reveals where employees stand on potentially divisive issues around remote monitoring, cost-of-living pay adjustments, home office expenses, whether they will be allowed to work remotely when the pandemic is over, and more.

Embracing Gen Z: The New Workplace Generation

Source: Knoll Year: 2020

Often referred to as “digital natives,” they comprise about 20% of the population in the U.S. and Canada and will soon surpass Millennials as the largest generational cohort globally. However, they aren’t simply “young Millennials.” They represent the dawning of a truly new generation, and their differences show up in their views on both life and work. Understanding this newest workplace generation will inform the decisions we make in terms of logistics and work culture. Like all of us, our youngest colleagues want to make their own mark in the world—and we are certain that getting to know them will help us foster their ability to do just that.

Moving beyond remote: Workplace transformation in the wake of Covid-19

Source: Slack Year: 2020

New data from a global survey of more than 9,000 knowledge workers shows how to step forward despite an uncertain future. Rather than simply returning to the old routine, companies must radically rethink the way teams work. Slack’s latest survey shows us how to do that.

State Of Remote Work In The US: 2020

Source: Owl Labs Year: 2020

This year's report delivers new insights that will help management and leadership teams better understand their employees' expectations about remote work in a post-Covid-19 world. In particular, it reveals where employees stand on potentially divisive issues around remote monitoring, cost-of-living pay adjustments, home office expenses, whether they will be allowed to work remotely when the pandemic is over, and more.

2020 UK Flex Market Review

Source: The Instant Group Year: 2020

In Instant's latest UK flexible workspace market report, The Changing Face of an Industry, research shows a rise in demand within the smaller, regional markets, with some towns seeing demand growth of well over 100% in Q2-Q3 2020 compared to 2019.

The Growth of Flexible Workspace in Latin America

Source: The Instant Group Year: 2020

Instant’s latest research report explores the Latin American flexible office space market, where demand has grown 56% despite the ongoing pandemic. Over the last decade Latin America has had a 230 percent growth in supply, compared to the 196 percent growth in the U.S. in the same period. However, market rates have been on the decline for the past two years. In 2019, an increase in supply pushed down workstation rates, and in 2020, Covid-19 resulted in rent cuts as operators try to retain clients and fill vacant space.

2020 State of The Flexible Workspace Industry Report

Source: Office RnD Year: 2020

The flexible workspace industry is experiencing a huge transformation. Take a look at the ultimate insights and benchmarks in the latest report which OfficeRnD and LiquidSpace did. In the report, you'll find important data and findings from before the crisis as well as comments from industry experts on what we can expect in the future due to COVID19.

The Covid-19 Scramble: How the Pandemic is Influencing the Future of Work

Source: Unispace Year: 2020

Unispace conducted research with hundreds of executives across the globe to find out the impact of COVID-19 on businesses, and the future workplace. The report reveals various findings on the ‘COVID effect’ including the impact of working from home, employee sentiment about the workplace, remote working trends, and the value and evolution of the future workplace.

Quarterly U.S. Office MarketBeat Report

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2020

Cushman & Wakefield’s MarketBeat research analyzes quarterly activity including supply, demand and pricing trends across the U.S. office market. The first quarter of 2020 saw the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in widespread lockdowns, physical distancing, and a shock to the global economy.

COVID-19: Guide to Workspace Reintegration

Source: Oktra Year: 2020

This guide by office design company, Oktra, takes workspace operators and employers through the transition phase of reintegrating people back into the workplace. It includes a six-step process for preparing for change, a checklist for returning to the workplace safely, and insights on office design.

Special Report: How Covid-19 Shocked the Workplace

Source: Future Offices Year: 2020

Future Offices examines the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the workplace and how it is generating new ways of thinking about space optimization, safety, design, and human experience. The report covers workplace change and the impact this will have on the workforce, including engagement, activity-based working, and privacy.

Change Management in the Age of Covid-19

Source: OpenWork Year: 2020

The Covid-19 crisis provides a surprising opportunity to rethink our approach to workplace change. This guide from OpenWork looks at why current change management processes are ineffective, and explores alternative approaches that are less prescriptive and more people-centric.

OpenWork: The Future of Coworking

Source: OpenWork Year: 2020

What impact will the Covid-19 crisis have on coworking? The long revenue drought is expected to create a “shake-out” in the industry with many closures, but there will also be innovation and adaptation. OpenWork analyzes the the challenges that the coworking industry is currently facing, and provides three potential scenarios based on economic and behavioral factors that might unfold in the coming years.

Condeco: Returning to the Office After COVID-19

Source: Condeco Year: 2020

This guide from Condeco offers advice on how integrated technology can help create safer workplaces, while enabling employees to continue working flexibly. It discusses key return to work essentials including workspace scheduling systems, controlling density, sanitization, and tracing employees with symptoms.

Covid-19 Report: How SME Demand for Office Space is Shifting

Source: Kit Offices Year: 2020

Kitt, a provider of bespoke managed offices, has polled over 100 property professionals and occupiers to understand how demand for workspace has changed in light of the pandemic, and what the next 6-12 months holds for the flexible workplace sector.

"Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide for Reopening your Workplace

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2020

As stay-at-home restrictions are eased, workplaces can begin to re-open their doors. To ensure a safe and wellness-oriented experience, and to give occupiers confidence to return to the office, Cushman & Wakefield has created a best practice guide covering building access, physical distancing measures, and communications for the workforce.

Buffer: The State of Remote Work in 2020

Source: Buffer Year: 2020

In partnership with AngelList, Buffer has brought together three years of data from its annual State of Remote Work survey, to learn what’s becoming normal about remote work and where it might be headed in 2020.

Yardi Matrix Office National Report (June)

Source: Yardi Year: 2020

Office markets across the country have seen unique consequences from the pandemic, with some suffering more than others. In general, listing rates are flat and new supply is coming online at similar rates to last year. Moving forward, more dramatic office trendlines may emerge as companies adjust to the new normal.

RICS - Valuation of Flexible Workspace 2019

Source: RICS Year: 2019

What is flexible workspace worth? RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, attempts to answer this question with an insight paper containing reflections from key players in the flexible workspace market. Operators, brokers, investors, valuation experts and industry stakeholders have contributed to this report, which aims to develop a deeper understanding of the flexible workspace market for all concerned.

Yardi Matrix Report: Coworking’s Rapid Growth to be Tested

Source: Yardi Year: 2019

This year, Yardi has analyzed the top 50 major metro US markets, putting together the most comprehensive study of the coworking industry to date. Overall, the Yardi Matrix report paints a positive future for coworking, indicating that the volume of shared spaces will continue to rise nationally, as will the evolution from the urban core to more suburban markets.

Flexible Workspaces In Spain Report 2019

Source: ProWorkspaces Year: 2019

Through data collected and analyzed in by ProWorkSpaces and the information about flexible offices given by Cushman&Wakefield, this is the biggest and most thorough yearly study on the flexible workspace sector in Spain. Therefore, it becomes an essential tool of decision making for managers and operators of coworking spaces, business centers and flex offices.

The Remote Work Report by Zapier

Source: Zapier Year: 2019

To take a deeper dive into this growing trend, Zapier recently commissioned a survey conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 880 U.S. knowledge workers (those who primarily work in a professional setting and use a computer as part of their job) to discover what's at the heart of people's desire to work remotely, and how it’s shaping the way we work.

CRE Executive Perspectives On Coworking

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2019

What do CRE executives think of coworking? This report sheds more light on the views of corporations that have used, and are considering using, flexible workspace. While the majority of executives have a positive view of coworking and acknowledge its benefits, approximately one in ten have a negative view, and have concerns over privacy, security, and workplace culture.

US Flexible Workspace Market Summary: The Largest in the World

Source: Instant Offices Year: 2019

The U.S. market for flexible space is now the largest in the world. The US now has 5,300 flexible workspace locations, as of August 10, 2019, compared to 4,563 in the UK, despite being less than 1 percent of total office space across the entire U.S. market. The Instant Group has seen supply not only increase by 10% year-on-year, but also morph from a start-up focused sector built up around core cities into one focused on providing solutions for more mature businesses across the U.S.

The Rise of Flexible Workspace in the UK Corporate Sector

Source: British Councif Of Offices (BCO) Year: 2019

While the desire to experiment with new ways of working was the initial motivation for corporates to occupy co-working spaces, companies increasingly value the use of these spaces as a means to transform their business processes, initiate new collaboration and keep up with industry trends. Having initially favoured individual memberships over the leasing of private areas in shared spaces, large corporates in the UK are increasingly seeing the benefits of either developing a co-working area within their own real estate portfolio or leasing a private area in a shared serviced space. A User Experience Survey provides further insight as to how such spaces are perceived by employees.

2019 Future Of Work Index: European Ranking

Source: The Lisbon Council Year: 2019

The product of two years of roundtables and quantitative research, it highlights six key trends in the evolving workplace – Changing Workforce, Evolving Workplace, New Careers, Global Economy, the Rise of Independent Working and Policy Lags. It then measures and ranks all 28 European Union members on the success with which they are transitioning to modern ways of working – and the effectiveness of their social systems to provide genuine social security and adapt to changing social needs.

Gallup: The Real Future Of Work

Source: Gallup Year: 2019

With increased workplace disruptions from AI and other emerging tech, employees are seeking more opportunities than ever to gain new skills and enhance existing ones. Read this issue to learn how to optimize training opportunities and create a more agile workplace culture in the face of disruption.

CBRE: The U.S Flexible Office Market 2019

Source: CBRE Year: 2019

CBRE discusses how an office segment that was once considered a niche offering has become a prominent component of real estate strategies. The research reveals how flexible offerings have caused a structural shift in the U.S. real estate industry. It also explores potential growth opportunities and the sector’s likely prospects in a recession scenario.

State of Remote Work in the US 2019

Source: Owl Labs Year: 2019

Owl Labs' 2019 report reveals what US employees think about working remotely, and how they manage hybrid and remote teams. The report explores who's working remotely, why they choose to do so, and what challenges they face in their jobs, to understand how this style of work impacts employee happiness, loyalty, and retention.

Knotel - A Guide to Agile Real Estate

Source: Knotel Year: 2019

Workspace operator Knotel explores the financial benefits of agile office space - a.k.a flexible office space - and how it helps occupiers save time, money and resources that would otherwise be tied up with complex leases and real estate.

Cushman & Wakefield: Coworking 2019 - The UK Flexible Evolution Continues

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2019

Cushman & Wakefield analyzes two generally positive years for the UK flexible office market, despite ongoing political chaos around Brexit. The report examines the Central London market in detail, as well as key regional cities, to take stock of how the UK flexible space market is developing and how it's likely to shape up in the near future.

Deskmag's 2019 Coworking Snapshot

Source: Deskmag Year: 2019

This snapshot of Deskmag's 2019 Global Coworking Survey offers insights into the current state of coworking. The report focuses on the number of coworking members, concerns over saturation, the rate of closures, and what would most likely happen in the event of a financial crisis.

Focus on Design: The 2019 TMA Workplace Report

Source: Ted Moudis Associates Year: 2019

Workplace design company Ted Moudis Associates has been analyzing and tracking its own client data for the past four years to stay abreast of trends and changes in workplace design. The big changes in 2019 include more focus on wellness and higher take-up of activity based working.

The Future is Flexible: The Importance of Flexibility in the Modern Workplace

Source: Werk Year: 2019

Werk's study on the state of flexibility in the U.S. found a significant gap between the supply and demand of workplace flexibility, which is negatively impacting productivity. In this report, Werk offers solutions to help companies become more flexible and improve the wellbeing and performance of their workforce.

Flex and the City 2019: The data-driven guide to finding flexible office space in London.

Source: Hubble Year: 2019

The data-driven guide to finding flexible office space in London.Empowering everyone from the office manager, to the intern, to the CEO to find the perfect space for their business.

5 Technologies Transforming Employee Experience

Source: Future Offices Year: 2019

In this 10-page report, learn what the top-notch, modern offices are implementing to successfully improve employee experience as it relates to IoT, Ergonomics, Digital Infrastructure, AR/VR, Biophilia and more.

European Coworking Hotspot Index

Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2019

Where next for coworking in Europe? That's what Cushman & Wakefield's 2019 European Hotspot Index aims to find out. While established office markets such as London and Paris feature prominently at the top, the Index also shows that Amsterdam, Stockholm, Helsinki and Dublin score highly and have exciting future coworking prospects.

Asia: How Flexible Workspace Demand Is Influencing CRE Change

Source: COLLIERS Year: 2019

In Asia, demand for flexible workspace is influencing new investment strategies for CRE owners. The report finds that occupiers increasingly value flexibility, efficiency of space use and ambient experience, which is driving new patterns of workplace organization and design.

The Future is Flexible: The Importance of Flexibility in the Modern Workplace

Source: WERK Year: 2019

The report outlines how the gap between the supply and demand of workplace flexibility is negatively impacting workers' health and wellness, performance and productivity, and the ability to care for others.

Werk Tech Industry Benchmark Report: Tech Companies and Flexibility

Source: WERK Year: 2019

The vast majority of tech companies now offer some form of flexibility. But according to Werk, 87% of companies are failing to provide consistent management support for flexibility,


Source: GENSLER Year: 2019

Gensler's 2019 US Workplace Survey moves past the age-old debate of open vs. private office space and instead focuses on the benefits of both.


Source: YARDI KUBE Year: 2019

This E-book discusses the pros and cons of Coworking versus a traditional tenant, what amenities to value in your building, and the financial options for building out a Coworking space.


Source: IWG plc Year: 2019

In this extensive research, IWG examines the impact of flexible working trends on companies worldwide. More than 50% of employees now spend half their working week outside their main headquarters and 85% of respondents confirm that productivity has increased in their business as a result of greater flexibility.


Source: HOK Year: 2018

An investigation of the forces reshaping the insurance industry and how workplace design can position companies for success


Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2018

The future workplace is about people first, real estate second. We are moving away from the physical environment and towards occupier-focused experiences that attract talent, enhance engagement and increase productivity.


Source: Instant Offices Year: 2018

Supply of flexible workspace has increased more than 50% in some APAC markets over the past year and with landlords now entering the market, there’s much more growth to come.


Source: CBRE Year: 2018

CBRE assesses the current state of coworking in Japan, the huge growth that has occurred over the past year, and the factors likely to drive future expansion.


Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2018

Coworking accounts for 1% of office inventory and is soon expected to triple in size. This report examines the sustainability of coworking and its impact on commercial real estate.


Source: Search Office Space Year: 2018

OfficeFreedom (formerly Search Office Space) was the UK’s first serviced office brokerage. In this 2018 report they examine London’s flexible workspace market based on their own data, including average desk size requirements and prices. They also reveal the reasons why business owners are switching to flexible space, and which areas in Central London are in hot demand.


Source: China Money Network Year: 2018

The Chinese coworking market has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years. This special report examines the current value of the market and what the future holds.


Source: Instant Offices Year: 2018

Instant’s research into the UK flexible workspace industry finds continued growth across the country, with 10% growth in workspace centres and larger operators taking on more corporates.


Source: WUN Year: 2018

With the help of industry experts, this ebook explains the process behind finding the right location for a new workspace, tips for lease negotiations, and advice for buying a space.


Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2018

This 2018 Cushman and Wakefield report on the UK coworking market finds that WeWork is now the largest occupier in London. A must read for anyone interested in the global dynamics of coworking and serviced offices. It covers business models, valuations, margins, how landlords respond and far reaching global trends.


Source: WUN Year: 2018

This article explores innovative ways to market a new coworking space, including ideas for hosting events, social media techniques, and tips on encouraging members to spread the word.


Source: Yardi Matrix Year: 2018

Yardi Matrix’s study of the US coworking industry provides statistics on the biggest markets, including Manhattan, Los Angeles and Miami, and takes a closer look at the suburban markets.


Source: WUN Year: 2018

Yardi Matrix has put together the most comprehensive study of the Coworking industry to date. Its 2018 report, ‘Shared Space: Coworking’s Rising Star’ is the first to quantify the amount of square footage of Coworking space in relation to total office space within markets.


Source: Instant Offices Year: 2018

Want to make the most of your annual leave? Who doesn’t! Enjoy longer vacations and spend more time travelling in 2018 with these nifty holiday hacks from The Instant Group.


Source: MatchOffice Year: 2018

MatchOffice’s 2018 survey covers the European flexible workspace industry and examines year-on-year data on occupancy levels, rental rates, contract lengths, and general growth prospects.


Source: Sodexo Year: 2018

Sodexo explores 7 global trends influencing the workplace including the arrival of Generation Z, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the shift towards creating ‘emotionally intelligent’ workplaces.


Source: essensys Year: 2018

With demand for flexible workspace and coworking on the rise, technology supplier essensys explores the financial and operational requirements of growing a workspace business.


Source: essensys Year: 2017

The 2018 Workspace Market Forecast from essensys provides insights into flexible workspace growth, design, technology, and operator challenges. Featuring Convene’s Ryan Simonetti, Liz Elam of GCUC, Richard Smith of Search Office Space, and David Kinnaird from essensys.


Source: Deskmag Year: 2017

In its 2017 Global Coworking Survey, Deskmag summarizes key findings on coworking members including how, when and why they are using coworking spaces.


Source: Knight Frank Year: 2017

Knight Frank explores the rise of coworking in Australia and the key drivers behind its phenomenal growth, its impact on the modern workplace, and why coworking is here to stay.


Source: savills Year: 2017

Savills examines the reasons behind the “explosive growth” of coworking in Japan -- a nation which has long favoured lifetime employment rather than the entrepreneurial startup culture associated with coworking.


Source: Instant Offices Year: 2017

In its 2017 report, Instant offices found that flexible space grew by 18% across global cities in just 12 months. This report demonstrates how coworking and flexible office space continues to change perspectives on real estate and alter the way we work.


Source: WUN Year: 2017

Staffing Your Coworking Space: The Survival Guide. This ebook from WUN Systems (June 2017) covers the best practices for hiring and managing staff for flexible workspaces, including training, experience, budgetary considerations and brand philosophy.


Source: brookings Year: 2017

Innovation spaces - such as coworking and accelerators - are designed to help people flourish and over time, they have become physical manifestations of economic, demographic and cultural forces.


Source: Cushman & Wakefield Year: 2017

In its 2017 publication, ‘Coworking: Understanding The Ongoing Evolution’, a Cushman & Wakefield shows how coworking spaces are growing across all regions and explores its long-term viability.


Source: Collective Works Year: 2017

This report by Collective Works analyzes the impact of coworking in real estate portfolios, and how the sharing economy is influencing a shift away from office buildings towards mixed-use ‘ecosystems’.


Source: GKRE Year: 2017

GKRE’s 2017 white paper on the UK flexible workspace industry covers the size and valuation of the UK serviced office market. It also explores income streams, opportunities for landlords, valuations and future considerations for flexible workspace.


Source: JLL Year: 2017

JLL's coworking analysis explores the rise of coworking and flexible workspace across the U.S. from 2010 - 2017. What's on the horizon for flexible space? Come and take a look.


Source: WUN Year: 2017

This ebook from WUN Systems provides detailed advice on how to build and maximize a coworking community and promote positivity in the workspace.


Source: Hubspot Year: 2017

With hundreds of millions of users, Instagram is an essential marketing tool for business. Learn how to launch a targeted Instagram account, build your audience and maximize lead generation.


Source: Hubspot Year: 2017

This marketing guide explains how to use Facebook for business. Learn how to attract clients, produce targeted content, build your audience and maximize your lead generation through Facebook.


Source: worldbank Year: 2017

This report highlights 13 flexible workspaces that are prized for their creative entrepreneurial communities. Find out why they stand out and how they are creating a positive local economic impact.


Source: gwa Year: 2017

GWA’s industry survey examines the latest trends in the global flexible workspace industry, including explosive growth in coworking and a surge in flexible options from landlords and private businesses.


Source: JLL Year: 2017

Alternative workspaces and activity-based working concepts like coworking are the result of simultaneous disruption and innovation in the workplace. JLL’s 2017 report, ‘The Coworking Revolution’, explains the “new world order of co-working”.


Source: MatchOffice Year: 2017

MatchOffice surveyed over 1,000 clients in flexible workspaces across Europe. Their 2017 report reveals top-level requirements and preferences, and what occupiers want from their workspace.


Source: xindanwei Year: 2017

The founders of Xindanwei, a coworking space in China, have shared their experiences of opening a workspace to help educate others who are planning to launch their own coworking space.


Source: Instant Year: 2017

Flexible workspace shot from the margins of the property industry to the mainstream in 2017. This report from Instant Group explores the factors behind the rise of co-working and hybrid spaces.


Source: workbetter Year: 2017

How to build a secure network for shared workspace, with advice on protecting your data from hacking and protocol on what to do in the event of a cyber-attack.


Source: JLL Year: 2017

JLL forecasts a dramatic shift in the office market, as tenant demand for more flexible space options forces building owners to adapt to occupier needs. Although flexible space currently accounts for less than 5 percent of current office inventory, JLL projects this figure could rise to 30 percent by 2030 due to insatiable levels of tenant demand for flexible-term spaces


Source: Knight Frank Year: 2016

Australia was an early adopter of coworking and it has now mushroomed across the nation. Knight Frank explores Sydney’s vibrant coworking market and how it’s shaping up for the future.


Source: JLL Year: 2016

JLL’s learning guide helps occupiers understand different workplace models and their pros and cons. It explores shared space, what workers want from their environment, and the future of work.


Source: gwa Year: 2016

CBRE’s 2016 report summarizes their research on coworking and shared workspace fromthe perspective of corporate occupiers.


Source: deloitte Year: 2016

Deloitte investigates trends in the composition of the Swiss workforce and the effect they, along with digital technology and the sharing economy, will have on the future workplace.


Source: knoll Year: 2016

Digging into the growth and evolution of coworking, this report provides detailed insights for CRE executives on how to incorporate flexible workspace as a practical real estate strategy.


Source: essensys Year: 2016

essensys outlines the importance of reporting, space occupancy dynamics, and other metrics that are vital to sustain, grow and predict the future of shared workspace businesses.


Source: bayleys Year: 2016

Focusing on coworking in Auckland, this report explores a market that is still in its infancy yet is showing remarkable growth, driven by Millennial demand and changes in working attitudes.


Source: JLL Year: 2016

Flexible space is fast becoming a critical component of CRE strategy. JLL explores the benefits and barriers to coworking and how organizations can maximize value from the coworking experience.


Source: HOK Year: 2016

Coworking Center: A membership-based environment where the self-employed, or people with different employers, work in a casual, community atmosphere.


Source: London Enterprise Panel Year: 2014

This study explores the provision of incubators, accelerators and coworking spaces in London, their role in supporting small business growth, and their impact on the economy.