Speaker: Michelle Bodick, Managing Director Americas, The Instant Group
Due to advances in technology, the embrace of work-life balance and uncertainty in world events, the way we work has changed so it only makes sense that where we work has changed as well.
Co-working used to be known as the substitute for freelancers or small start-ups who don’t want to work in coffee shops. Never has that been more inaccurate.
Flexible office spaces now range from the smaller start up to large Fortune 500 companies who take on fully branded office suits or multiple floors.
Whether you are looking for space for three or 500 employees, whether you are looking up the block or across the globe, flexible workspaces may be right for you. Shorter, agile leases give you more flexibility towards your future planning as adding desks is easier and you don’t need to wait seven years to find a larger or newer office.
One thing we know will not change any time soon is the demand from shareholders to drive value in your business. Flexible office space may help save on your bottom line.