As the world moves to an access economy the office of the future looks similar to a successful hotel brand: Customer service driven Consistent brand standards Available 24/7 Multi-market Transient use Valuation models must change Asset values for the office of the future will be unlike they are today. Valuation models must change. No more forward[…]
Enlightened companies, like the BBC, are leading the way in embracing the use of off-site meeting spaces to better control supply and demand.
Last week, for the first time ever, I had the pleasure of attending (and sponsoring) the Global Workspace Association’s Annual Education Conference and Trade Show in Boca Raton, Florida. The event, which officially kicked off with a President’s Casino Party in the Exhibitor’s Lounge on Wednesday evening and ended with tours of local innovative workspace[…]
Over 150 workspace owners from around the globe attended the #WANY2014 annual conference.
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1.3 Billion Mobile Workers I’m sure you’ve seen that statistic before. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) , by 2015, the world’s mobile worker population will reach 1.3 billion, representing 37.2% of the total workforce. I believe that’s a conservative number. I could go on and list a ton of statistics from various research entities,[…]
As co-founder & CEO of a startup in the collaborative consumption economy, I believe it’s time someone stood up for #CollCons and talk about what can be learned from the death of Loosecubes. I’ve been answering questions from the media, investors, suppliers, customers and others about how the Loosecubes closing affects my business model and[…]