Category: Financial News

Sydney CBD, Australia
FinTech’s Coworking Scene: Game-Changing Startups Hell-Bent on Breaking the Bank

Some coworking spaces, like Sydney’s new Tyro Fintech Hub, aren’t designed for profit. Continue reading

Central Working
Corporate Big Guns Blast Into the Coworking Sector

Major brands like JLL, British Land and even banks are partnering with coworking spaces. Continue reading

Serviced office space
New Market Report on U.S. Serviced Office Industry

The U.S. business center market is growing. Are you ready for the challenge? Continue reading

Contract negotiation
New Report Puts the Negotiation Power in the Hands of Serviced Office Space Clients

New research shows that negotiation power currently sits with the client. Continue reading

Hong Kong
Banks Turn to Business Centers as Political Unrest Disrupts One of the World’s Major Cities

The political unrest in Hong Kong is pushing firms to business centers in outer-city areas. Continue reading

Trophy office building - Lexington Avenue, New York
Attracting Fortune 500 Firms to Your Business Center

How to bump up your boasting rights by attracting Fortune 500 clientele to your business center. Continue reading

Fiscal cliff - What does it mean for business centers?
What Does the Fiscal Cliff Mean for Your Business Center?

The fiscal cliff – which refers to economic effects and a possible rise in U.S. taxes next year – could have various impacts on the business center industry. Continue reading

London's West End
Location, location, location: Are Business Centres in the World’s Most Expensive Cities Thriving?

Officing Today speaks to Avanta’s Alan Pepper and Millennium House’s Irina Semirova to understand if business centres in the world’s most expensive cities are thriving. Continue reading

UK workstation prices rise
UK Workstation Costs Rise Despite Drop in Demand

Doom and gloom about the UK’s rocky economy and double-dip recession hasn’t hampered average workstation prices across the UK, although demand and sign-ups appear to have dropped. Continue reading

Size Matters Says Regus Chief Executive

Apart from the significant increase in earnings per share up from 08p 13 cents to 25p 405 cents most impressive were the increase in gross margins up 34 to 251 and in occupancy up to 87 in mature centres which for Regus means those open Continue reading