Flexible workspace expands to tier two cities as demand soars

Increasing demand for flexible workspace is encouraging operators to launch co-working spaces in tier two cities around the globe, according to the latest Global Cities research from Instant Group which reveals demand for flexible workspace has increased by 19 per cent over the past year, while supply across the top international cities has risen by 16 per cent.

John Duckworth, UK and EMEA managing director at Instant Group, says flexible workspace has evolved over the past two decades to become a mainstream solution for occupiers. 

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