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Office return radar: what are the big employers planning this autumn?

September 2021 was flagged as the key moment to kickstart the return to the office, but corporate organisations are still struggling to put new plans in place. WORKTECH Academy has compiled a survey of strategic moves by large companies

Back from the brink: how cities are plotting a healthier future

As changing work patterns begin to influence the future health and sustainability of our urban spaces, Healthy City Design International Congress 2021 will set an agenda for radical change

Edge Grand Central: is this Germany’s most innovative office building?

As organisations look for innovation in urban workplace projects to address the challenges of the pandemic, one of the Urban Land Institute’s European winners in Berlin reflects the latest thinking

The presenteeism pivot: redefining workplace presence for flexible work

As workplaces become more flexible and our ability to work from anywhere more commonplace, the traditional idea of workplace ‘presence’ is shifting

After the cull: will coworking bounce back in North America?

Coworking operators in North America are still reporting low occupancy rates and cheaper pricing – but new data from Upsuite suggests a recovery is gathering pace in the sector

The Future of Flex: can UK flexible workspace bounce back?

After a bruising time during lockdown, the UK’s flexible office space sector could be poised to grow fast off the back of increased corporate interest, according to a new report from architects AFK with WORKTECH Academy

GSK development plan boost for smart precinct in life sciences

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a proposal by pharmaceutical giant GSK to develop a key UK research & development site. Is this the future of the life science workplace?

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Coworking closures: new hope for flexible space market after cull

This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report which explains how new coworking business models are emerging after large operators lost a fifth of all Northern American locations