This is the fifth consecutive year in which the flexible workspace association, Proworkspaces, has invited its affiliates to answer a series of key questions in order to understand the use of these types of spaces and the trends for the sector over the coming months in Spain. The results of the survey are fundamental to understanding the current context.
Our survey is an essential tool in providing a context for the flexible workspace industry and its circumstances and is crucial within the current context.
Data on the Spanish Flexible Workspace Market
Madrid and Barcelona remain the main markets chosen by flexible workspace operators for their activities. As a consequence, and having overcome the uncertainty of new working models and a somewhat ‘wait and see’ attitude on the part of operators, the take-up of new flexible workspaces continues to grow in both cities.
How do the groups polled feel about the future?
Some 43% of the groups polled are considering possible increases over the coming 12 months to the floor area that they currently occupy (last year solely 16% of the groups had any inclinations towards growth).
Is Flex the new solution for companies and it is already part of their occupancy strategies?
Looking back, we are able to say that the success of flexible workspaces is based on their versatility, the advantages of outsourcing space management and the formulas that bring together flexible solutions and large corporations. Representing the solution for major businesses during moments of uncertainty,