Coworking operators are harnessing AI-driven smart building technology, advanced analytics and OpenAI models to optimise occupancy levels and drive ROI. Ultimately, AI can help coworking managers meet members’ needs and spend more of their valuable time on the human aspects of the role – like building community.
On the 8th and 9th of November, the second edition of the Coworking Summit was held in Concepción, Chile, organised by Casa W after a three-year hiatus. Nexudus was the proud sponsor of Marc Navarro’s panel ‘Coworking, Flexible Work and the Future’, keep reading for Marc’s recap of the event.
In this follow-up to the recent blog post, Overturning a Man’s World, we continue an exploration of how coworking supports women.
The third article of our four-part series focuses on the second phase of the Data Maturity Journey: The transition from gut instinct to data-driven decision-making. It involves utilising data and AI to understand how your customers interact with your space throughout their lifecycle and, based on that knowledge, making data-driven decisions to optimise space performance, operations, and elevate the member experience.
Huckletree, a longstanding customer of Nexudus, has a growing network of shared workspaces across the UK and Ireland. It represents a community of over 4,000 people working across dynamic tech and creative sectors including web3, fintech, AI, govtech, and sustainable innovation.
We always talk about how wonderful flexible coworking spaces are on so many levels. However, today, I'll be concentrating on addressing some of the most common concerns that individuals face when deciding whether to work in a flexible workspace or send their team to one!
With so many new and interesting coworking offerings emerging, it’s never been more vital for existing spaces to differentiate themselves and stand out. And one of the best ways to achieve this is by establishing a strong brand presence.
In our first article, we emphasised the importance of embarking on a Data Maturity Journey, a valuable tool for coworking and flex workspace operators to assess the challenges in harnessing the power of data as a key driver to transform your business. In this article, we focus on the first phase of the Data Maturity Journey: The integration and unification of multiple data sources to build a comprehensive 360-degree perspective on both customers and space.
Nexudus the leading innovator in coworking and flexible workspace solutions, is thrilled to announce our sponsorship of Space UK 2024, the world's most innovative Prop-Tech event, taking place on the 25th of January at the London Stadium!
Data has emerged as the key driver of transformation in the ever-evolving landscape of coworking and flexible workspaces. After helping thousands of coworking and flex operators to streamline their day-to-day operations, we have identified three main phases in their journey to data maturity.
The Coworking Summit 2023, organised by ProWorkSpaces and hosted at the Automobile & Fashion Museum in Malaga, took place last week, coinciding with the organisation's 30th anniversary. The conference served as a vibrant platform for coworking and flex operators, landlords, and industry professionals alike to explore and celebrate the evolving landscape of flexible workspaces.
Working from home is indeed not a new concept, at all! AT&T started to eliminate unused offices in 1991. Three years later, as part of an experiment to explore the extent to which a large organisation could revolutionise the workplace by bringing work to the employees, it had 32,000 employees working from home.
We recently launched our interview series, where we speak to Nexudus customers and get to know them a little better, whilst uncovering their fascinating journeys and spaces. To continue the series, we caught up with another amazing Nexudus customer, and this time we travelled a little further afield!