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:::06/02 - Colliers International and the IFOP Institute are organising a meeting on Thursday 6 February, from 8.30 to 10.30 am, to present their new study "Coworking in all its states", based on feedback and cross views from operators, companies and coworkers.
Colliers International and the IFOP Institute have elaborated a study on the use of coworking spaces, by crossing the vision and expectations of the three actors of the coworking market: company decision-makers, coworking centre operators and end users of these spaces.
This meeting is an opportunity to discover a preview of this new study "Coworking in all its states" and to exchange with experts and witnesses on their experience of coworking and the future of this innovative market, around key questions.
The growth in the number of coworking operators is accompanied by a diversification of the models on offer. These hybrid spaces offer a working environment combining innovation, flexibility, simplified daily management, low cost, etc...
What are the services most requested by coworkers?
To keep the coworker community alive, managers put in place a wide range of tools and events to offer a new work experience.
Is the community within coworking a determining factor for users?
The craze for coworking is driven by a growing demand from medium-sized companies and large groups, but this market remains young.
What coworking model(s) will we see tomorrow? What are the advantages of coworking for mature companies?
- Cyrille BerthetDirector, Tenant Representation Department Colliers International France
- Julien DelcambreDirector General of Agence l'Atelier Phare
- Lawrence Knights, Co-Founder KWERK