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The death, rebirth and future of coworking

The death, rebirth and future of coworking

10 June 2020

Coworking is moving at full speed. This movement, which started as a marginal phenomenon concerning some independent and telecommuters, has now become a multi-billion dollar industry and has huge global coworking spaces such as WeWork surfing on top of an ever-rising wave. **What makes coworking so attractive for large companies and how will this trend affect how we work and live in tomorrow’s world?**

This eBook offers an analysis of the drivers of the rapid growth of coworking spaces and an introduction of corporate coworking

In this e-book

The number of global coworking spaces is set to grow from 14,411 in 2017 to over 30,000 in 2022.

Employees increasingly want to combine the stability of working for a corporation with the adventure of feeling like a freelancer. Even though the majority of spaces have limited hours of operation, coworking helps workers feel free to work when, where, and how they want.

Coworking spaces—as well as the remote working trend more generally—have turned talent attraction into a truly global affair, enabling companies to source the best employees wherever they are based and allowing clients and customers to get in touch more easily.