The co-working revolution is in full swing, says William Newton, EMEA Director, WiredScore. It’s one of many recent trends demonstrating how the property industry is responding to changing occupier demands. Whether the motivation is to join a more social workspace or to get access to facilities you couldn’t afford on your own, co-working and shared office […]
Victoria House, the Brew The UK is rightly proud of its start-up culture, with 80 new companies founded every hour, says Andrew Clough, Managing Director, The Brew. But despite this, our productivity levels remain stubbornly low, falling significantly behind other major economies, including the US, France and Germany.
If you’re a start-up working out of your garage or from your kitchen table, moving into an office can feel like a daunting decision to make. It’s costly and the benefits aren’t always tangible. After all, no one wants to make the mistake of moving into a space that doesn’t fit their business needs.
Coworking today is a competitive business and the vast majority of modern spaces pride themselves on being more than just an office where you can rent a desk and a wi-fi connection. As well as free coffee, comfy seating and interesting decor, there’s also the sense of community and flexibility many spaces provide, including opportunities […]
Britain is rapidly becoming a nation of co-workers. In recent years, the rise of the start-up and an ever uncertain political and economic world has seen office sharing culture becoming mainstream. So, how does a more creative enterprise fare when sharing a workspace?