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It’s been a chaotic year. Our routines have been turned on their heads and life has been at a standstill. Like most of us, landlords have been thinking ‘what’s next?’
It is 4.30pm on a crisp Monday outside Liverpool Street station, and there is plenty of noise. A year ago any visitor pausing to gaze up at skyscrapers would be knocked into by crowds of workers wearing suits.
Our panellists offered some really in-depth market insight and practical advice for landlords and operators rethinking their offerings, so we’ve pulled out the key points to share with you in this summary.
On 11 February 2021 Profile held it’s Q&A Webinar on Marketing Office Space with speakers: Simon Tann from Levy Real Estate, Matt Nimmo from Siren Design and Zoe Ellis-Moore from Spaces to Places.
The term ‘placemaking’ is used in different contexts across a range of industries, which is part of the reason it’s difficult to get a solid understanding of what it actually means.
The flexible office space market is exploding, with increased demand from customers leading to new operators entering the market and existing operators expanding.
Any good business owner wants to make (and keep) their customers happy. Positive customer experience is maybe more important for flexible office operators than anyone else, though.
Flexible Space Association
Has the decline in high street shopping brought about a new opportunity for flexible workspace operators to move into town centres and change the way we all work?
It feels like every part of the way we used to live has been affected by covid-19, from our socialising and travelling, right down to our shopping habits and the way we work.
Coworking spaces are at the forefront of a transformation in the way offices are used. More than any other type of workspace, they give businesses and freelancers a way to move on...
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