How to change to adapt changes?
The specific market is changing in any way, from my past six years of experience with running my coworking space brand OnePiece Work, there are lots of Pros and Cons. As companies today are looking for creative, small, affordable spaces with amenities and services, I always wonder would co-working space is the only workspace alternative to compete with a traditional office. We encountered a lot of clients with unique needs: space with lots of privacy, a workspace that can host events weekly, a workspace that serves multiple purposes to demo their product, have an access to storage, and even a live+work space. Especially post-pandemic, this trend became more and more popular. However, these companies are still not yet to find the best optimal solution for their workspace.
This drags me to see the workspace differently and to put experience first in the workspace. My vision for the future workspace is a concept of a pop-up office. As global talents are more distributed, project-based teams would be a major part of any organization. The purpose of the workspace will be more of a personal preference that caters indivalue’s unique needs. But we must know there’s a long way to go to reach this ideal world.
In the past, the real estate landlord had no incentive to entertain smaller teams’ needs. However, as the world is more remote, they are forced to adapt to the changes to increase diversification. You can see some interesting examples that are tailored to the arising needs.
Veery comes in to transform underutilized space for short-term office purposes. We match tenants and underutilized space with maximum benefits from short-term to long-term, customizable layout arrangement, and proximity to lifestyle. The best thing is our office concierge team will also help with setting up the space to move in and manage all of your office services and experiences.
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The future of workspace is likely to be shaped by several trends, including
- Remote work: The pandemic has accelerated the shift to remote work, and many companies will likely adopt hybrid models with a mix of remote and in-person work.
- Collaborative technology: Workspaces will increasingly leverage technology, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and AI, to facilitate collaboration and increase productivity.
- Flexibility: Workspaces will become more flexible, allowing employees to work from anywhere and at any time, based on their individual needs.
- Sustainability: There will be a focus on creating environmentally friendly workspaces that reduce waste and conserve resources.
- Wellness: Workspaces will prioritize employee wellness by incorporating an ergonomic design, healthy food options, and on-site fitness facilities.
The future of the workspace will prioritize flexibility, collaboration, sustainability, and employee wellness.
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