The growth of the coworking  movement: trends and     influencing factors         Anna Cashman
- Bill Nye the Science Guy
In the US, from Feb 2011 – 2013,     439 spaces opened…
In the US, from Feb 2011 – 2013,     439 spaces opened…   … and 78 spaces closed.
Only 27 were from cities <120,000 inhabitants        The majority were small spaces New York and California were the most ...
Benefits ofcoworking:Productivity     Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
The adjective most often used by coworkers to describe their space                        Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey...
SpaceAlliances
Examples of coworking space alliances
Increase in no. ofFreelanceWorkers
Who’sCoworking?    Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
There are currently around58,300 freelance coworkers
There are currently around58,300 freelance coworkers  of a possible   250 million.
50% of bigorg’s willhire morefreelancers              Regus, Flexibility Drives Productivity,2012
Independent’s DayDept. Management, Monash University, iPro Index 2012
The shift towardsFlexibleWork
Employeesonly makeup 15%    Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
But incentivehelps      Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
‘Of largeenterprisessurveyed, 62.5%have alreadyrolled out newways of working.’       Unwork and Regus, Study: VWork:      ...
Only 9.7% of people in theseorganisations would like to work fromhome.The preference is for local work, and aless thanRegu...
40% of studentsand 45% of youngemployees wouldaccept a lower-paying job if it hadmore flexibility.Cisco, Connected World, ...
PublicSupport
Sponsor EventsFundingRaise Awareness
‘Coworking spaces are aterrific way to fostercollaboration and innovation.The outcome is a morecreative Sydney.’          ...
What will be the distribution of the marketbetween coworking spaces and businesscentres?  What role do coworking spaces pl...
- Bill Nye the Science Guy
Anna Cashmananna@deskwanted.com
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The growth of the coworking movement

  1. 1. The growth of the coworking movement: trends and influencing factors Anna Cashman
  2. 2. - Bill Nye the Science Guy
  3. 3. In the US, from Feb 2011 – 2013, 439 spaces opened…
  4. 4. In the US, from Feb 2011 – 2013, 439 spaces opened… … and 78 spaces closed.
  5. 5. Only 27 were from cities <120,000 inhabitants The majority were small spaces New York and California were the most represented states
  6. 6. Benefits ofcoworking:Productivity Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
  7. 7. The adjective most often used by coworkers to describe their space Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
  8. 8. SpaceAlliances
  9. 9. Examples of coworking space alliances
  10. 10. Increase in no. ofFreelanceWorkers
  11. 11. Who’sCoworking? Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
  12. 12. There are currently around58,300 freelance coworkers
  13. 13. There are currently around58,300 freelance coworkers of a possible 250 million.
  14. 14. 50% of bigorg’s willhire morefreelancers Regus, Flexibility Drives Productivity,2012
  15. 15. Independent’s DayDept. Management, Monash University, iPro Index 2012
  16. 16. The shift towardsFlexibleWork
  17. 17. Employeesonly makeup 15% Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
  18. 18. But incentivehelps Deskmag, Global Coworking Survey 2012, supported by Deskwanted
  19. 19. ‘Of largeenterprisessurveyed, 62.5%have alreadyrolled out newways of working.’ Unwork and Regus, Study: VWork: Measuring the Benefits of Agility at Work, 2012ANZ Centre, Melbourne, designed by Hassell
  20. 20. Only 9.7% of people in theseorganisations would like to work fromhome.The preference is for local work, and aless thanRegus, Study: VWork: Measuring the Benefits of Agility home. Unwork and 20 minute commute from at Work, 2012
  21. 21. 40% of studentsand 45% of youngemployees wouldaccept a lower-paying job if it hadmore flexibility.Cisco, Connected World, 2011
  22. 22. PublicSupport
  23. 23. Sponsor EventsFundingRaise Awareness
  24. 24. ‘Coworking spaces are aterrific way to fostercollaboration and innovation.The outcome is a morecreative Sydney.’ Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney
  25. 25. What will be the distribution of the marketbetween coworking spaces and businesscentres? What role do coworking spaces play for freelancers? For companies?How will flexible work impact the broadereconomy?
  26. 26. - Bill Nye the Science Guy
  27. 27. Anna Cashmananna@deskwanted.com

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