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Adam Neumann Expresses Regret Over WeWork’s IPO Listing

In an internal webcast, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann said he was humbled after the company’s failed path to its IPO caused him to further delay the listing to later this year.

September 18, 2019

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Knotel’s CEO Believes It Can Withstand An Economic Downturn

Amol Sarva, CEO of shared office firm Knotel, is confident that the flexible office model will be able to withstand an economic downturn despite concerns from critics.

September 18, 2019

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Coliving Firm Announces Massive Nationwide Expansion

Common, one of the pioneers of the coliving model, has announced a huge nationwide expansion that anticipates to house up to 10,000 residents over the next few years.

September 17, 2019

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Firm Providing Phonebooths For Open Offices Expands Outside Of U.S.

New York-based provider Room has expanded its services into the UK, offering phonebooths within bustling open offices to provide private spaces for individual work.

September 17, 2019

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CBRE Report Finds That Flexible Workspaces Are Here To Stay

A new report from CBRE finds that flexible workspaces are expected to take up 13% of total office stock by 2030, even in the case of a slowed growth due to a recession.

September 17, 2019

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Victory Offices Enters Hong Kong Market Despite Tension From Protests

Australia-based Victory Offices has entered the Hong Kong market with a new location, despite massive protests pushing the city’s economy to the brink of recession.

September 17, 2019

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JustCo Continues Its Expansion In Shanghai

Coworking operator JustCo has announced its newest and largest Shanghai location at the LL Land Tower, where it will take up 35,000 square feet across two floors.

September 17, 2019

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WeWork’s IPO Gets Pushed Back Even Further

The We Company has finally announced that its anticipated initial public offering will be pushed back to December after reports speculated whether it would happen at all.

September 17, 2019

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The Distributed Workforce Is Changing How Companies Are Modeled

Distributed companies are organizations that don’t have a physical central location, which allows its employees to work from any place in the world on their own schedule.

September 16, 2019

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Manhattan’s Flex Space Market Has Tripled In The Past Five Years

A CBRE report found that Manhattan’s flex office footprint has tripled to 15 million square feet as it maintains the title of largest flex office market in the country.

September 16, 2019

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Which Coworking Operators Are Likely To Weather A Recession?

As the coworking model becomes more of a staple in the office market, competing operators must find the offerings that can keep them afloat during an economic downturn.

September 16, 2019

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CBRE Report Reveals Flex Space Could Take Up 13% By 2030

A CBRE report shows that flex space could represent nearly 600 million square feet of office supply by 2030, leading to traditional offices converting to flexible spaces.

September 16, 2019

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Landlords Should Be Cautious With When Dealing With Coworking Firms

While Chicago’s coworking and real estate markets have been on the rise, depending on financially weak coworking operators such as WeWork may put landlords at risk.

September 16, 2019

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Could An Unsuccessful WeWork IPO End The Unicorn Era?

Unicorns fueled by overzealous venture capitalists continue to fuel the tech sector, but a failed WeWork initial public offering could put an end to the unicorn era.

September 16, 2019

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IWG Maintains Top Dog Status As WeWork Fumbles

IWG shares have added over $500 million to CEO Mark Dixon’s net worth as the firm continues to prove time and time again why it is more sustainable than its rival WeWork.

September 13, 2019

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