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More Than One Million People Will Work in Coworking Spaces in 2017

By the end of the new year, nearly 1.2 million people worldwide will have worked in a coworking space. This is driven principally by clear growth in coworking space membership numbers. Notably, the number of small spaces, with fewer than ten members, has declined dramatically (from 23% to 12%). At the same time, nearly one in five coworking space boasts 150 or more members; one year previously, this number was only 13%. Despite the extreme shift in numbers from small to large facilities, the membership share of coworking spaces in the middle has undergone little visible change.

The Shared Office Is Hotter Than Ever, With 1.2 Million Co-Working

By the end of 2017, nearly 1.2 million people worldwide will have worked in a coworking space. WeWork may be leading this trend, however, in recent years a few other highly innovative companies were established, which are helping to shape the future of our working environments.

Coworking Spaces Poised To Enter New Growth Phase

WeWork is one of the largest coworking operators with more than 75 locations around the world. AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN/ Getty Images Coworking has become ubiquitous over the last three years. The coworking market now has over 7,000 players around the globe.  Coworking operators have emerged alongside the startup boom.  While everyone [...]

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Report: Bamboo Detroit’s Co-Working Community Generates M in Revenue Annually

Co-working space Bamboo Detroit has released a report regarding shared office and workspace trends, based on a survey of approximately 100 of its 250 members.

EY - Work-life challenges across generations: global study

EY’s global survey of full-time workers in 8 countries reveals that one third find managing work-life difficult, with younger generations and parents hit hardes

A Review Of Croissant: Can The ClassPass For Coworking Spaces Change The Way We Work?

The app Croissant gives its users access to dozens of coworking spaces for a flat fee. But is it worth it?

How These 27-Year-Old Entrepreneurs Are Disrupting The Coworking Industry

Meet the two millennials who are redefining the coworking space industry.

The Essential Power of the Hive Mind

Western society tends to lionize individual intelligence--pilots who fly planes and architects who design skyscrapers, the thinking goes, must surely possess powerful brains. While that…

Igniting a Sense of Startup Culture - Activate the Entrepreneurial Spirit - Steelcase

Startup culture isn't limited to new companies. It can be cultivated in corporations through intrapreneurs who have the entrepreneurial spirit.

The Shared Office Is Hotter Than Ever, With 1.2 Million Co-Working

By the end of 2017, nearly 1.2 million people worldwide will have worked in a coworking space. WeWork may be leading this trend, however, in recent years a few other highly innovative companies were established, which are helping to shape the future of our working environments.

What Inclusive Urban Development Can Look Like

Lessons from a revitalized neighborhood in Washington, DC.

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Chroma

Chroma

Chroma is an existing nine-story building that will be transformed into a center for creativity, providing work space alongside cultural anchors of food, music, and exhibition. It serves the needs of creatives, offering co-workers a diverse community, makers with high-quality space, designers and artists with flexibility, aspiring chefs an opportunity to grow, and neighborhood residents with hands-on classes to develop craft skills and expand career choices. It also boasts a roof-top bar and a basement lounge.

Findings of Shift: The Commission on Work, Workers, and Technology

What do a hundred American leaders find when they compare different possibilities for the effect of technology on work’s future? After a year of imagining the future of work 10–20 years from now, led…

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