Tag Archives: London
Robert Kropp shares key learnings and insights from UK flexible workspace operators, The Melting Pot and HATCHERY. Here, both operators offer key learnings, pivots, and experiences from the last year and their plans for the future.
February 12, 2021
Positive Change Is Happening, But Right Now We’re Failing Young Workers: A Conversation With BE.Spoke’s Jonathan Weinbrenn
Faced with a lack of skills development, companies are shifting their focus to a human-centric workplace. Jonathan Weinbrenn from BE.Spoke discusses the corporate trends they are seeing and how this is creating positive change for the workforce.
February 8, 2021
London based flexible office provider, WorkPad, has implemented the Smart Viewing platform in partnership with Flexi Offices. The technology enables Covid-safe viewings by combining a video link with 360 degree virtual tours, floorplans and images.
January 19, 2021
Robert Kropp shares conversations he has had with flexible workspace owners during the Covid-19 pandemic. In this edition, Robert shares insights from Impact Hub, Work.Life, and Spacemade, who discuss their experiences of adapting to the pandemic and their plans for the future.
January 14, 2021
Robert Kropp shares conversations he has had with flexible workspace owners OneCoWork, Venture X, and Creative Works, during the 2020 pandemic.
December 22, 2020
Research from Workthere reveals increased demand for flexible office space in London’s residential areas. This trend “is a clear indicator of businesses and, in particular, individuals wanting a workspace option closer to home.”
November 30, 2020
The Boutique Workplace Company Signs Partnership Agreement With Private Landlord And Expands Its Network Outside London
The Boutique Workplace Company is to open two new flexible workspace offerings in Kingston-upon-Thames and Wantage in south Oxfordshire after signing a partnership agreement with a private landlord.
November 23, 2020
Robert Kropp, who has visited 140+ coworking spaces around the world, shares conversations he has had with workspace owners during the pandemic. There is growing demand for local coworking spaces, but what can we learn from this going forward? What does it mean for the future of the industry?
November 19, 2020
London flexible workspace provider x+why has made two new hires during an ambitious growth drive, as it looks to scale up nationwide in 2021. As part of its plans, x+why is looking to capitalise on the new Class E and repurpose old retail space into office space.
November 12, 2020
European Freelancers Week (EFWeek) provides opportunities for coworking spaces to forge connections with freelancers and other industry players.
October 13, 2020
UK employees have again been advised to work from home, which puts many people in a challenging and stressful situation. A more viable solution is to work near home in localised offices, enabling employees to work productively without compromising on wellbeing.
October 1, 2020
Flexible workspace provider, Spacemade, reveals new insights into growing demand for localised working. Their survey reveals that nearly half of respondents want to work in a local workspace some or all of the time, rather than working remotely or
September 10, 2020
OSiT Adjust is a new flexible offering that allows clients to reserve serviced office space on a short-term and part-time basis. Workspace can be reserved from as little as one day at any of OSiT’s centres, and includes mail collection, call forwarding, and office deep-cleaning.
September 9, 2020
NewFlex, which operates Citibase, Serendipity Labs, easyHub and Bold, has unveiled its first white label brand – My Office Club, a new workspace located in Lewisham, London.
September 8, 2020