Nexudus, the leading white-label platform to manage coworking and flex workspace, has today published what is believed to be the largest study of the flexible workspace industry ever conducted.
With 3.5 million data points analysed from across 90 countries, the study reveals key trends in the evolution of the industry over the past five years, including the impact of COVID on flex demand and usage. The study also includes comparative analysis of the flexible workspace markets in the USA, UK and Spain.
As building owners and corporations form their workspace strategies for 2022, the study provides the most comprehensive insight into flex space to date, from the market leader for flex space management technology. Since launching in 2012, Nexudus has worked with thousands of spaces in more than 90 countries, including FORA, NeueHouse, and Level39.
Carlos Almansa, Co-Founder at Nexudus, comments:
"Ten years ago, coworking was very much seen as a niche solution for freelancers and small startups. Since then, socio-economic changes, the changing ways in which the workplace is perceived and used, as well as the ongoing fallout from COVID, have led to a growing demand for flexible workspace, which is fast becoming the go-to solution for more and more companies.
"As a result, this report - we believe the largest of its kind - provides a timely analysis for all operators, landlords and corporates, all of whom are adjusting to new working patterns and tastes."
The full report is available for download via the firm's website: https://www.nexudus.com/nexudus-coworking/insights-trends/
Key insights include: