Saturday, March 05, 2011

London:is the coworking boom back?

We're big fans of coworking here at Shedworking and particularly of online magasine Deskmag which concentrates on the coworking movement, or as they put it, "the new places we work, how they look, how they function, how they could be improved and how we work in them". There's an interesting article by Carsten Foertsch on coworking spaces in London which is especially worth a look. Here's a snippet:
London is one of the leading coworking cities in Europe, and yet the number of coworking spaces is actually quite low considering the size of the city. Low office vacancy rates and high rents - particularly in the vast inner city areas - slowed the growth of coworking for a long time. The global financial crisis put the movement back on track, and now there are even several new coworking chains in the planning stages. The British capital is also ahead of other cities in terms of the diversity of coworking spaces.
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