Forty percent of demand for flexible office space is expected to come from corporate companies and other large firms by the end of 2019, according to the latest data from Instant Offices.
The personal finance site WalletHub today released a report comparing the 50 states across ten key metrics, from average workweek hours, to those with multiple jobs, to annual volunteer hours.
Recent findings show indie operators far outweigh industry giants, owning 93% of the US flexible workspace market, in comparison to the UK, France, and Germany, where larger operators dominate.
In May, Tunisian coworking space and startup incubator 111-CoThink is launching a program for young entrepreneurs in several African countries. By Wahida Labidi
This past year marks the beginning of a new level of integration between multinational companies and coworking. By tech reporter Andrew Broadbent.
London, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore – the global workspace market is booming. Here’s a quick look at prices and growth in the hottest of these global hotspots.
It used to be that coworking was the alternative to working from home. In France, now there’s another alternative: coworking from home.
ShareDesk, the global platform for on-demand workspaces, announced a partnership with a new strategic investor Kimball Office, a leading manufacturer of design-driven office furniture