Coworking News

GWA Webinar Recap: Capitalizing on Change

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a great impact on the office sector. While coworking spaces were a popular option among startups and individual members, they have become a top choice for corporate occupiers, as well, due to the flexibility they offer in lease terms and facilitated office culture. With an increased demand for hybrid workspaces […]

Must-Have Technology to Keep Your Coworking Space Safe

Technology in coworking spaces has greatly advanced over the years, both to the benefit of owners and operators, but also to users. From streamlined work processes to space optimization and improved usage of office resources, technology is essential in running a safe and productive workplace. With the COVID-19 pandemic still present as companies push to […]

GCUC 2021 Recap: The Impact of COVID-19 on Office Real Estate and the Future of Work

With the pandemic forcing companies to embrace a “work from anywhere” policy faster than they may have anticipated, the need for flexible workspaces rapidly increased to accommodate employees’ needs in terms of a workplace structure. For this reason, this year’s GCUC North America Conference focused on providing traditional office landlords and entrepreneurs with all the […]

GWA Conference Recap: Coworking Operators Pivot to Achieve Success

In a normal year, the coworking industry would have gathered to celebrate one of its biggest annual events, the GWA Conference. The GWA had to pivot and reimagine what the conference looked like in 2020, as coworking operators similarly need to adjust their business in order to adapt to ever-changing circumstances. Among the highlights of […]

Canadian Coworking Market Overcoming Obstacles Amid COVID-19

The Canadian coworking industry has grown rapidly throughout the last decade. A 2019 CBRE report showed that the flexible office sector had quadrupled its footprint since 2014, and it is expected to surpass 7 million square feet of space this year. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown plans in all commercial industries into a state […]