Posts by: eOffice

Modern leadership is about making people’s lives easier, with the hope that quality of life improvements will filter down into employee work and the success of the business overall. To do that, you might have to reach into your personal life and apply a little of your ‘home’ persona to your...

We covered Workplace Wellbeing and its effect on the workforce in session 5 of the Coworking London Conference. The opening keynote came from Bertie Van Wyk, Workplace Specialist for Herman Miller.  Workplace stress costs an estimated $200 billion in USA in loss of productivity and absenteeism which can be...

Whisper it quietly, but the much-maligned Millennial demographic is about to become the single biggest and most influential group of people in the whole of the UK. There’s a very simple reason for this; as the youngest members of this demographic have reached 18 over the course of the last 12 months, with this event...

When it comes to running a business, there are many things you can do to improve and grow it. One of the best ways to ensure overall success is to invest in the business premises, as positive effects from this can be widespread. Investing in premises While your business likely already has an office location, if...

We looked at Coworking Specialisation and niche models in session 4 of the Coworking London Conference. We began with a music-focussed coworking space – The Rattle.  It is a collective for music entrepreneurs that bring together founders, artists and tech makers. Chris Howard, the CEO and Founder shared...

We looked at Coworking Business Models in session 3 of the Coworking London Conference. Caleb Parker, Saleem Arif, Lynn Baker, Adam Blaskey, Tanya Adir, Carlos Goncalves CEO of our host venue for this session, Adam Blaskey of The Clubhouse began the discussion talking about coworking as a Hybrid Model and its...

You can bring a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. Similarly, you can whip up a crackpot team of entrepreneurs and experts to kickstart your business — the hard part is getting them to collaborate. No team simply ‘gels’ of its own accord, just as nobody doubts the value of good teamwork. Productivity...

I’m Caroline Pegden, the co-founder of TempaGoGo, an award-winning online one-stop-shop for temporary agency recruitment. This year, we were very excited to move our startup base from our kitchen into a flexible office environment. As we on-boarded our first employee, the time was right for us to enter into the world...

We looked at Coworking Trends in session 2 of the Coworking London Conference. Lucy Watts from Instant Offices spoke about the biggest disruption to the real estate market is the move from space to a service-led industry which is driving the choice in the sector, with clients demanding more flexibility, cost...

We looked at Coworking and its Impact on London’s Real Estate market in session 1 of the Coworking London Conference 2019. Mark Bott First up was Mark Bott from Colliers, who spoke not about coworking but of FLEX and everything that was not traditional.  He advised that flex space is only 5% of London office...