We recently sat down with Sam Hulls, Head of Collaboration at The Melting Pot, a coworking space in Edinburgh, Scotland. As one of the oldest coworking communities in the world, they have a unique perspective on how the industry has grown and shifted over the years.
For our final Future of Work article, we take a look at the Human Experience and how this is driving all other trends we have covered in this series. Treating members as individuals is what coworking does best, but there is never a bad time to reassert your care and devotion to your members.
Is the daily commute worth it? Although people certainly miss the collaboration offered by office working, the commute is something that hasn’t been missed as much. So what does this mean moving forward, and how will the daily commute change as we move into a post-covid world?
We have recently integrated with Humly, who specialise in scalable technology to improve meeting experiences and workplace interactions. Humly Room Displays are both beautifully designed and extremely functional, so you know you are providing your members with the best experience possible.
Very few people get into the coworking business just to make money quickly. It takes time to develop a coworking space into a profitable business, which is why many operators focus instead on being purpose-driven organisations. This week’s Future of Work article focuses on how to instill purpose-driven values into your space.
The interest of large corporations in flexible workspaces has been growing gradually over the past decade but has sped up exponentially over the past year due to the pandemic. What has been driving this shift in perspective and what can flex spaces do to take advantage of it?
Increasingly, businesses in every sector are discovering the importance of upskilling, a great way to boost the skillset of your team. Coworking is not exempt from this as they are in the position to boost the skills of not only their staff but their members too!
Making sure you have an engaged coworking community that feels cared for can be a major driver towards the success of your workspace. This article looks at different ways to understand and engage with your community to drive a better member experience.
It's vital that coworking and flexible workspaces have the best meeting room management systems possible to ensure the efficient running of your space, and that your members' meetings don't get rudely interrupted. That's why we have decided to go over some of the best solutions out there for you to manage the scheduling of the meeting rooms in your space.
With increasing scrutiny placed on businesses to employ proper measures to ensure a diverse and inclusive workforce, it's vital to have a proper understanding of the terms diversity and inclusion and what they mean. This week's Future of Work article focuses on this vitally important issue, and what coworking spaces can do to make sure they are doing their part for this essential movement.
Making sure your coworking space is ready to welcome back its members can be a daunting prospect. This article will give you some ideas on how to map out the door-to-desk journey for your members, making sure you can keep your staff and members safe.
The way we all communicate has changed drastically over the past year, and as much as we all want to get back to normal, it seems likely that this kind of digital communication will be with us for some time yet. This week, we focus on how digital communication will impact the future of work for years to come.