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πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ What do employers and their teams want from their office space?
ID created an InfoBrief, sponsored by essensys, outlining a framework for what employers and their Expand πŸ‘‡ employees want from their office space – and what providers of these spaces need to do to deliver it.
The 14ish page report looks at the building blocks for creating a best-in-class workspace, providing consistent experiences across buildings, the different task-driven office designs employees would like, seamless journeys across an ecosystem of work and other spaces, plus a dive into service delivery and real-time monitoring which may be interesting to flex space operators and landlords alike.

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 78 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 04, 2024

πŸ›œ Why WiFi may be the best occupancy tracking method
Bryn Sadler from essensys digs into 4 different methods for tracking occupancy within multi-tenancy Expand πŸ‘‡ spaces, namely IoT sensors, access control, apps and WiFi data.
WiFi wins out because it "requires the least effort to set up and provides the most valuable insights that go beyond β€˜how many’ to β€˜who and where’ which is fundamental in understanding how to run a flexible workspace more efficiently."

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 148 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 46, 2023

πŸ–οΈ 5 takeaways from PON’s recent RE + Flex webinar
The Preferred Office Network share 5 key takeaways from their recent fireside chat between Isabelle Expand πŸ‘‡ Heston (JLL), Annie Draper (Hines), Tara McCoy (PON) and Devid Kinnaird (Essensys) about where traditional real estate and flex workspace meet.
The five points are: Data is driving the push towards coworking; different modes of work require more choice of workspace; coworking = connectivity; the efficiencies and savings of flex go beyond lease-terms; and coworking operators aren’t just tenants (they’re the heart of a building).

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 176 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 42, 2023

😳 81% of US office workers are frustrated with their current office experiences
Kurt Patrick shares essensys’ latest results from a survey of 1000 US office workers about their Expand πŸ‘‡ office experiences, and how landlords (and flex space providers) need to offer more than amenities to keep workers happily coming in ‘to the office’.
Key takeaways: Only 1 in 5 admit that amenities are what brings them to the office, where 63% claim tech and flex workspaces are why they do come in. Interestingly they share that 52% of workers are envious of the tech available in other office buildings aside their own.

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 379 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 13, 2023

πŸ₯ž The stack landlords could use to add flex revenues into their buildings
Miro Miroslavov from OfficeRnD and Paul Stanton from Proptech Bankers put together a (longer) read Expand πŸ‘‡ on how asset managers can leverage flexibility & tech to drive more revenue into their buildings.
Mentioned are lulafit, OfficeRnD, Valve, Syncaroo, LiquidSpace, PilotoMail, HqO, VTS Rise, Equiem, Brivo, Kisi, Sharry, SwiftConnect, essensys, IronWiFI, isofy and others. A useful list for both indie operators and landlords exploring/implementing flex if you ask me.

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 414 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 08, 2023


Kurt Patrick (essensys) and Faye Stutts (Vari) chat about 2023 being the "year of the Expand πŸ‘‡ landlord" with Jamie Russo and Giovanni Palavicini on the Flex Uncensored podcast.

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 450 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 03, 2023


David Kinnaird discusses the UX of a ‘lit up’ building and shared IT backbones for buildings with Expand πŸ‘‡ Jamie Russo and Giovanni Palavicini on the Flex Uncensored podcast.

πŸ’¬ Discuss this Β· πŸ”— Direct Link Β· ⏱️ 463 days ago Β· πŸ“© Week 01, 2023

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