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The Coworking Revolution and the impact on real estate - Sophy Moffat, DTZ

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Presentation by Sophy Moffat, DTZ, at Coworking Europe 2014, Lisbon

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The Coworking Revolution and the impact on real estate - Sophy Moffat, DTZ

  1. 1. 0 THE IMPACT OF THE COWORKING REVOLUTION ON THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY
  2. 2. 1 DTZ understands occupiers and our property services meet their specific and ever-evolving requirements both locally and globally.
  3. 3. 2 Why is a company like DTZ interested in Coworking?
  4. 4. 3 These companies are searching for hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space
  5. 5. 4 Coworking providers are bridging the gap between what occupiers want and what ‘traditional’ landlords provide
  6. 6. 5
  7. 7. 6 Traditional landlords only offer long leases and require guarantees and company accounts Corporate-style offices are not appealing to certain people and businesses Incubators and accelerators focus on start-ups, and a high churn of occupiers Coworking Spaces offer monthly membership Coworking Spaces resemble trendy coffee shops more than corporate HQs Coworking providers are targeted at an entire class of professionals
  8. 8. 7 Traditional landlords only offer long leases and require guarantees and company accounts Corporate-style offices are not appealing to certain people and businesses Incubators and accelerators focus on start-ups, and a high churn of occupiers Coworking Spaces offer monthly membership Coworking Spaces resemble trendy coffee shops more than corporate HQs Coworking providers are targeted at an entire class of professionals
  9. 9. 8 Traditional landlords only offer long leases and require guarantees and company accounts Corporate-style offices are not appealing to certain people and businesses Incubators and accelerators focus on start-ups, and a high churn of occupiers Coworking Spaces offer monthly membership Coworking spaces resemble trendy coffee shops more than corporate HQs Coworking providers are targeted at an entire class of professionals
  10. 10. “Rather than thinking of the office as a place primarily for solitary activity, from which workers occasionally break out to settings intended for social activity, many workers see the office as a sociable setting from which private places 9 for concentration and confidentiality are occasionally sought”.
  11. 11. 10 The rise of Coworking is a response to several trends that should support strong development in the future Growth of small businesses and indy workers Technology enablement Generational change
  12. 12. 11 The rise of Coworking is a response to several trends that should support strong development in the future Growth of small businesses and indy workers Technology enablement Generational change
  13. 13. 12 The rise of Coworking is a response to several trends that should support strong development in the future Growth of small businesses and indy workers Technology enablement Generational change
  14. 14. 13 The rise of Coworking is a response to several trends that should support strong development in the future Growth of small businesses and indy workers Technology enablement Generational change
  15. 15. 14 What do these trends mean for corporate organisations?
  16. 16. 15 The trends prompting the growth of Coworking are also prompting changes to the traditional working styles of larger, corporate organisations. This is manifested in the adoption of Activity Based Working.
  17. 17. 16 Activity Based Working to design your office in such a way that it supports work activities optimally, rather than drawing a boundary around its user’s personal spaces.
  18. 18. 17 “As competition for skills increases, and large corporations start to compete directly with media and technology companies to attract young talent, they will start to invest significantly in their workplaces and workplace technology. They will offer better work environments and more flexibility in the same way the technology industry has done in the past ten years.”
  19. 19. Organisations believe by adopting smarter and more agile methods of work they will greater satisfy and motivate their staff which will aid retention and attraction, but also offer 18 productivity gains and reduced spatial requirements.
  20. 20. 19 Macquarie’s Banking and Financial Services Group (BFS) 55% of employees change their workspaces each day. 77% are in favour of the freedom to do so. 90% employee satisfaction. Nothing spent on moving groups and redefining spaces.
  21. 21. 20 Deutsche Bank 10-30% reduced occupancy costs due to reduction in spatial requirements. Recouping of associated project costs within only 24 months. Improved employee productivity at work. Improved technology in the workplace. Ability to increase employee populations without additional real estate expenses.
  22. 22. 21 Tokyo London Washington Vornado Realty Partnering with WeWork to redevelop office building in Washington into residential apartments for mobile and collaborative workers. British Land Partnering with Regus to offer Third Place business hubs at retail properties across the UK. The Share Offer accommodation to young professionals in single buildings containing apartments, shared office space, shops and social areas New Coworking ventures globally
  23. 23. 22 Tokyo London Washington Vornado Realty Partnering with WeWork to redevelop office building in Washington into residential apartments for mobile and collaborative workers. British Land Partnering with Regus to offer Third Place business hubs at retail properties across the UK. The Share Offer accommodation to young professionals in single buildings containing apartments, shared office space, shops and social areas New Coworking ventures globally
  24. 24. 23 Tokyo London Washington Vornado Realty Partnering with WeWork to redevelop office building in Washington into residential apartments for mobile and collaborative workers. British Land Partnering with Regus to offer Third Place business hubs at retail properties across the UK. The Share Offer accommodation to young professionals in single buildings containing apartments, shared office space, shops and social areas New Coworking ventures globally
  25. 25. 25 TECHNOLOGY ENABLEMENT & GENERATIONAL CHANGE INCREASE IN FLEXIBLE, COLLABORATIVE, EFFICIENT & REMOTE WORKING CHANGES TO THE WAY WE ALL WORK
  26. 26. 26 TECHNOLOGY ENABLEMENT & GENERATIONAL CHANGE INCREASE IN FLEXIBLE, COLLABORATIVE, EFFICIENT & REMOTE WORKING CHANGES TO THE WAY WE ALL WORK
  27. 27. 27 TECHNOLOGY ENABLEMENT & GENERATIONAL CHANGE INCREASE IN FLEXIBLE, COLLABORATIVE, EFFICIENT & REMOTE WORKING CHANGES TO THE WAY WE ALL WORK
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