Flexible workspace competition heats up

International House, Ealing

As new entrants from a broad variety of industries flood the co-working market, how is it set to transform?

As well as corporate landlords, John Lewis, Imperial College London, Ministry of Sound, Barclays and even local libraries have set up or hope to open flexible workspace.

This co-working rush is being driven by some fundamental changes in the way people work and how companies manage their office space. It also begs the question: who will the winners and losers be as competition in the sector heats up?

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