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What are the real estate requirements of the "new economy" companies?

 

The new economy sector continues to grow as the economy becomes more digital. The companies, often young and known as "start-ups", change several times during their lifetime: rapid rise in turnover, exponential growth in the workforce, constant innovation, etc. All these issues have a significant impact on their real estate requirements. There are also HR issues, including attracting a new generation whose loyalty must be gained notably with innovative working environments (for more information, look at our "Flex Office, from fantasy to reality" report) and a strategic location offering multiple urban amenities.

What real estate solutions exist for these these constantly changing companies? Incubator, traditional lease, coworking spaces, etc. This report combines information on possible solutions for these challenges with feedback from our conssulting misions for some of the major players in the Net Economy.


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Paolo Salzani

DIRECTEUR

Paris

Paolo has been working in the tertiary real estate sector since 2003. He developed a solid expertise in the consulting services by starting his career in the expertise department of Jones Lang LaSalle in Milan. Then he spent 4 years in Barcelona office of Savills in the Capital Markets department, specialising in advising on investing in office assets in the Spanish market. He has been a member of the user advisory team at Colliers International in Paris since 2012. He is involved in user consulting missions for rental, sale or acquisition, master plan, grouping strategy, etc. Paolo has a master's degree in economics from Bocconi University in Milan. 

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Laurence Bouard

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Graduated in urban planning and member of RICS, Laurence has more than 20 years of experience in the real estate sector. Since 2011, she has been the head of the Research Department at Colliers International France. She provides its expertise on the real estate markets through consulting missions and the production of ad hoc studies.

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