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8 Aug 2022


Supporting Icade in the deployment of its office space in Marseille.
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8 Aug 2022


Supporting the Orange Group in the consolidation of 11 sites on the Lacassagne Campus in Lyon.
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12 Jul 2022

Welcome in Davidson Consulting's jungle!

After a first project to fit out the Boulogne-Billancourt headquarters in 2019, Davidson Consulting has once again entrusted Colliers with the design of its workspaces, an extension linked to the main building by a footbridge.
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19 May 2022

Crédit Agricole

CASRA turned to Colliers for the design of its new working facilities and the execution of the work.
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2 Aug 2022

Flexible Workspace Report and Podcasts

Our team of Flexible Workspace Consulting experts continues to bring innovation and thought leadership to support our clients in the new ways of working.
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21 Jul 2022

Economic challenges weigh on the European investment activity recorded in Q2 2022

Investors focus attention on specific sectors and sub-markets
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22 Apr 2022, cross interview

Anne Babkine, Director of Offer and Customer Experience at Foncia, and Ludovic Tallon, Design Director at Colliers France, look back at their collaboration on the new agency concept project.
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20 Sep 2021

Top 5 hybrid work spaces

In practice, the Hybrid Ways of Working requires adjustments to the technology, the building, and above all the acquisition of a new "hybrid culture", with new collaboration and management skills and techniques.
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3 Dec 2020


Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, a common and generally acceptable opinion of the office space and work from home, among many companies and office space users, implied that offices represented a place of work, productivity and gathering of employees, while work from home was not introduced at all as a standard way of working. If so, it was used only by a small percentage of employees as one of the benefits that international companies offered.
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