Flexibility leads to growth for co-working office sector

With increased demand for alternative working arrangements, expect to see flexible office spaces become more prevalent here, writes Dan Shannon

3rd September, 2017
The co-working space company WeWork is set to enter the Dublin market

The flexible office sector is going through a period of unprecedented growth, not only at an international level, but also in Dublin. Occupiers are changing how they lease space, and this sector is reacting by delivering space on-demand.

Over the last few years, there has been exponential growth of co-working and flexible offices across Europe. As businesses worldwide adapt to technological advances, uncertain market conditions and a decline in traditional leasing models, there has been...

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