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Are you wondering what the future of the office looks like?
In this video, Zoe Ellis-Moore, founder of Spaces to Places, talks you through the evolution of the office and what offices will be like in the future. The human race has always evolved, and Zoe is going to take you through how the office market is evolving today.
Zoe Ellis-Moore presents an overview of the positioning of different brands within the UK's flexible office market.
It is only by understanding the positioning of your competitors, that you can begin to formulate your own plans for designing, launching and growing your own flexible office.
In the new age of flexible working, consumer choice will be key.
Gone are the days when people had to commute into work to their companies head office, instead people will choose where they work and how, which poses an interesting challenge for office owners and town planners alike.
Flexible offices are set to become the new norm in a post-pandemic landscape, but it won't be a 'one size fits all' approach.
Instead, there will be different formats of flexible offices to suit varying consumer needs and both businesses and their employees will pick and choose what works for them and their current needs.
Just as the human race is constantly evolving, so is the way that we work and that means that offices must evolve too in order to keep up with consumer demand.
Covid-19 has accelerated the evolution of offices considerably and now that consumers are keen to split their time between working at home and working in the office, we must adapt our office designs to offer consumers a reason to travel there.
Zoe Ellis-Moore joins the Flexible Space Association alongside William Stokes from Co-Space and Will Kinnear from HEWN, to discuss the transition of the High Street into flexible workspace. Could this be the answer to our town planning conundrum and post-Covid flexible working for businesses all over the UK? Watch the panel debate this timely topic now.
Your occupiers are in the process of adapting to the changes coronavirus has forced upon the world. The challenge in doing this is in knowing the answers to 2 main questions:
1. How is the crisis affecting my customers?
2. How, specifically, can I help?
When preparing a plan to re-open the office:
- How to make your office space compliant with social distancing guidelines
- What new solutions you can implement to boost office efficiency
- How you can adapt your marketing strategy to attract new occupiers
Watch a recording of the talk I gave at Tagsley’s The Future Of Coworking event. In it, I cover the current state of the flexible workspace market and how brands that differentiate themselves through clever positioning can prosper.
Learn what the make-up of the market is, how some leading operators are separating themselves from the pack, and how you can identify where you fit in to