Despite coronavirus hitting short-term office space suppliers, with most countries experiencing instructions to work from home, some industry professionals believe that in the long run, recovery from the crisis could serve to drive up demand for flexible office space.

Within the last five years, the industry evolved to focus on the tenant experience to offer creative, efficient office design with a shared community feel, ultimately leading to coworking. Meanwhile companies are experiencing how enforced remote working could become something they can build into business.

And if the recovery is slow, companies will probably look for shorter-term, flexible leases, and the coronavirus could lead to a further rise in coworking.

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