Coliving is one of the fastest-growing global real estate markets, drawing the attention of the world’s most profitable asset managers, developers, and investors. Let’s take a look at how this shared living model has developed to become a major global real estate market by 2023.
In his latest featured article, Marc takes a look at the coliving model to assess whether it will remain profitable in 2021, in light of the pandemic.
The [CUASIA unconference 2016](http://www.cuasia.co/ "CUASIA coworking unconference 2016") will be held next week in Ubud (Bali). For the second year running, the event will bring together members of the coworking community from thirty countries. This time the central theme will explore how to live, work and learn differently in the growing collaborative economy.
Last year, we saw the coworking movement gain popularity, attract investors and make headlines in the press. We also noticed how the general public became more familiar with the concept. Bearing this in mind, we're going to analyse the possible trends for the coming year and the impact they could have on coworking spaces and communities.
The concept of _"digital nomad"_ is growing and the term is seeping through into everyday language, especially among the technology community and startup ecosystem. We can find more and more news articles about this movement, resources for digital nomads and blogs written by people living and working remotely, who share their experiences.
María and Edo are travelling entrepreneurs and co-founders of Sende. María is from the social education sector and used to organise youth camps. She also worked tirelessly to help children from underprivileged backgrounds get access to the education they need to thrive in the working world. Edo is a serial entrepreneur and world traveller. He too worked in education and always needs to keep in touch with creative communities while building new projects.