How Coworking Works

COWORKING WORKS! 8.44 average rating coworkers give their space out of 10 Data collected from Deskmag's 2nd Global Coworking Survey It doubles each year Number of coworking spaces worldwide OFFICE 22% HOME 58% 1% 6% 2009 2010 2011 5% as of October each year, incl. projection for 2012 know each other's first names At home 4% In a traditional office No fixed location, always changing In a small shared office Place of work before Coworking In a coffee shop 62% In a library 17% In a business center 21% Other up to 24 desks What has changed since coworking? 36% 31% 25 desks and more We know each other well 29% 75% O The first names of (almost) all coworkers The first names of many coworkers • The first names of some coworkers O The first names of (almost) no coworkers O Not applicable Interaction with people 84% A positive impact on independent workers Flexible worktimes 83% What's important to us? Random discoveries & opportunities 82% Knowledge sharing It's a sustainable business older and larger spaces turn a profit 77% Basic infrastucture coworking spaces 18 months and older 75% Low costs 62% 73% 69% Peace & privacy 54% up to 29 members 30 or more members 8% 30% 27% Spaces make profit through.. Virtual offices Tickets for events Food & beverages 8% Other 9% Event Spaces 10%, 74% Meeting Spaces 61% Desks of space operators have other jobs This infographic is brought to you by deskmag deskwanted Income 38% Private life 60% Productivity Business network 80% Less isolated 86% Social circle 92% 2150 310 600 1130

How Coworking Works

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Results of the 2nd Global Coworking Survey: How the coworking movement works. - The survey was conducted by Deskmag in cooperation with the team from Coworking Europe and translated into French and Sp...


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