Brexit creates opportunities for workspace providers. More than 1,400 EU-based firms have applied for permission to operate in the UK after Brexit, with over 1,000 of these planning to establish their first UK office. The new offices and staff will help mitigate the loss of business going the other way as the current unfettered two-way direct access between Britain and the
By Alex Molokwu Lockdown restrictions has caused many to review their working structures. Zoom and Teams online meetings and networking has become the norm. It has enabled people to feel that they can work from anywhere. Friends of mine have move back to their home countries from London, not only to save money but also to be near friends and family.
By Alex Molokwu unofficespace.com Are we witnessing the end of coworking or is there a future for coworking locations? Prior to the pandemic, co-working spaces were the fastest-growing type of office space in commercial real estate. While they currently comprise less than 5% of the market, they’re expected to make up 30% by 2030, according to real-estate company JLL. Coworking business models will need to