CBRE just published a second report summarizing their research on shared workspace. This report focuses on the perspective of the occupier. We pulled three key highlights that we thought were the most important considerations for the shared space operator. To download the full report: Click here to download the CBRE shared workspace report – from the occupier perspective #1: Shared…
Aalap Shah, co-founder of SoMe Connect, a digital marketing company operating out of Chicago and Atlanta, shares his best tips on local digital marketing. He talks: Facebook vs. Twitter vs. Instagram Finding your passion and its platform Social media ROI Ad spending on social media Outsourcing vs. DIY Using content to drive traffic to your…
Justin Gomer, Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley, and soon-to-be author of two books and Jackson Hillea Content Associate at FormSwift and the 2013-14 Departmental Citation Recipient in American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley have prepared a SWOT analysis guide and offered it to GWA members.
Chris Hood, Managing Director, GCS Occupancy Services for CBRE, Workplace Strategy, who will be a speaker at the GWA 29th Annual Conference in Denver in October, recently published an article in Corporate Real Estate Journal on “Building Communities: Lessons in co-working for the enterprise world”.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design also recently published an article by Chris Hood, Managing Director, GCS Occupancy Services for CBRE, Workplace Strategy, who will be a speaker at the GWA 29th Annual Conference in Denver in October. The article, entitled, “The Rise of Co-Working Centres”.
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WeWork was recently valued at a whopping $5 billion – enough money to build the world’s most expensive office skyscraper with $1 billion left over. Bloomberg Business writer Andrew Rice takes matters into his own hands and investigates WeWork and what sets it apart. Check out this fascinating article.
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The Los Angeles Times reported recently on ‘Downtown’s Office Wars’. Downtown LA landlords are undergoing major renovations in order to attract young workers who crave social interaction. Downtown LA’s renewal – with loft apartments, prosperous residents, chic restaurants – and now ‘creative chic’ office space is a complete live/work renovation. Read full LA Times article