Flexibility for workers and real estate cost control for employers is a potent mixture fueling the growth of shared workspaces. The rise of these workspaces, being used increasingly by independent workers, professional service firms and remote employees at public companies and multinational corporations, have created a lot of choice for the consumer. In order to ensure continued success, shared space providers will need to focus on evolving their designs, furnishings and amenities to differentiate themselves and provide a superior experience for their clients.
iQ was recently featured in a Globe and Mail article exploring the growing popularity of alternative commercial work spaces. Author Leah Eichler explores how coworking helps companies with shrinking or remote staff streamline their expenses, increase employee productivity and enjoy a sense of community.
Click here to read the full article in the Globe and Mail.