From 2020 to 2024, the number of flexible workspaces is expected to double to 41,975. Changing work habits and the growth of digital based startups have contributed to this.[View source]
The increased number of coworking spaces is driven by the ever growing customer demand. The number of coworkers is expected to almost double by 2024.[View source]
Big businesses are increasingly looking to adopt a hybrid working model, allowing their employees to work remotely or join together with smaller localised teams in their suburban area. The pandemic has only accelerated these changes that were already taking place.
Businesses of all sizes are now starting to realise they can de-centralise their HQ’s and reduce their expensive long-term leases.
Flexible office space is very much the future, which is why we at The Fisheries are so excited to expand and tap into this bullish trend.
New technology has enabled people to start their own business far more easily, this, and a cultural shift to 'working from home,' has created a huge demand for flexible office space.
Working remotely is now far easier than it used to be. However, the modern worker still wants fast and reliable internet, separate meeting rooms, great coffee, a short commute and most importantly, to feel part of an exciting community. Nothing is more motivating than seeing others producing great work around you.
Flexible coworking spaces like The Fisheries provide the perfect middle ground between home and the traditional office.
For entrepreneurs and businesses they provide an affordable full service platform where leasing and managing your own private studio wouldn't make financial sense.
For freelancers and remote working professionals, they combine the comfort and headspace of home, with all the amenities and tech of the office.
In short, the shift to flexible working is only getting stronger, which is why the best time to invest is now.