ThisWeekIn Coworking

This week we saw how huge employers redirected the millions they're saving into supporting remote working, explored WTF DAOs are, explored the history of African innovation hubs, and touch on the subtle differences between hot-desking and desk hotelling.
This week we saw video verifications defaulted for Google Maps listings, why some opt out of coworking options, brokers tripling down on flex, reservation-less desk bookings and more.
This week we share 5 brand new sets of market data, 2 content & community building ideas, explore how landlords see flex and management agreements, and some very interesting market moves.
This week we see how to help employees sell coworking, Tulsa brought in $62M via remote workers, on swapping a party for a small biz grant, another dive into Lomad-ing, a trove of end-of-year data drops and much more.
This week we look at how landlords are being advised to add flex, a new academic study of coworking impacts in the UK, new US businesses up by 56%, Selfridges adding coworking, a new network of WNH spaces coming to Melbourne, and more.
This week we explore how to help coworking members avoid Google Maps suspensions, a possible resurrection of downtowns, the renaissance of rural society, and dropping desks from desk bookings.
This week we see a new retail collective, the $4T dumpster fire, 7.1M creators in the USA, another bill protecting remote workers rights, report on the state of remote work, and more!

About TWIC 👇 (TWIC) is a weekly newsletter summarizing the coworking celebrations, stories, market moves, tech updates and discussions you may have missed.

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