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Flexible workspaces

Wednesday 20 January 2021

Patrick Nelson

Executive Vice President of Real Estate
WeWork

Patrick Nelson, Head of International Real Estate at WeWork talks to Peter Murray about the impact of Covid-19 and how despite the pandemic, the workspace provider remains London's largest private occupier of office space after the government. There is no question that the pandemic has changed the future of work, but as "the excitement of working from home is decreasing" what does this mean for workspace providers? 

Unintentional consequence of Covid has highlighted the importance of the office. People want to work in an office that facilitates productivity and happiness. 

The interesting trends which has come out of the pandemic is that there will be a much greater requirement for flexibility. 

You can also view this video on our youtube channel here.


Patrick Nelson

Executive Vice President of Real Estate
WeWork


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