Coworking is moving from the likes of WeWork into the mainstream of global corporate culture, according to a new report by Knight Frank.
Over the next five years, corporate real estate professionals are set to dramatically increase their use of coworking spaces to house employees, according to a survey conducted at the CoreNet Global Summit in Boston.
As today’s companies aim to become more agile and their workforce becomes more mobile, their space requirements are changing fast.
The global co-working, flexible space provider is renting Winter Properties’ entire building at 57 E. 11th St.
Jamie Hodari, CEO of workplace provider Industrious, describes the latest office strategy: Workplace as a Service (Waas).
CBRE was planning on making waves with the introduction of its own coworking service, but some are crashing back.
The gig economy has helped lead to the doubling in size of the flexible office space sector since 2014.
We sit down with the co-founders of Fora which has taken the co-working model forward into pro-working.
While tech-driven workplaces present new opportunities, if architects fail to show how design shapes workers' performance, then architecture could easily loose its relevance.
Unsettled, the three-year-old startup that organized the programs in Bali, Mexico, and Argentina, puts on a couple dozen co-working retreats around the world every year.
CBRE has launched a new flexible office business that will look to compete with existing giants like WeWork and IWG for office tenants.
Traditional landlords, grappling with the mushrooming presence of flexible office providers, are now trying out new ways to maintain their footing in the world of office leasing.
The Wing, a women’s co-working space and club with offices in four major US cities, recently announced the forthcoming launch of The Little Wing, a short-term childcare center for members who are moms.
The idea of coworking is starting to resonate with a growing number of businesses and for a growing number of reasons.