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Flex Forward: What's Next For Flex in 2021?

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Colliers Research - 2021 What's Next for Flexible Workspace

Greater choice and flexibility for occupiers; flexible workspace owners, operators and occupiers continue to evolve and embrace shifts in work.

2020 could potentially be the catalyst for a structural change in real estate. Over 2021, we will begin to see the true impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and start to make sense of what it's long-lasting impact will be.

There are signs of optimism for the flexible workspace sector, underpinned by occupiers looking to reduce risk, add agility, elevate employee experience and outsource workspace delivery.

Five Trends to Watch in the Flexible Workspace Sector in 2021:

  • 'Work from Anywhere'
  • Partnerships and acquisitions
  • Valuations consensus
  • Non-CBD growth and non-traditional office supply
  • Employee safety and engagement

Please contact our Flexible Workspace expert Jonathan Wright for strategic advisory in the flexible workspace sector and to unlock opportunities for flexible workspace owners, operators and occupiers.

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Jonathan Wright

Director | Asia

Enterprise Market Solutions | Flexible Workspace Services

Hong Kong

Jonny leads the Flexible Workspace Consulting team for Asia Pacific at Colliers, having founded the business line in 2015. Flexible Workspace Consulting works with operators, occupiers, asset owners and investors offering consultancy, advisory and transaction services to leverage the fast growing and dynamic sector.


Jonny has overseen over 2 million sq. ft. of flexible workspace transactions on behalf of operators and advised some of the largest asset owners in Asia Pacific on their strategy towards integrating flexible workspace and meaningful amenities in to their portfolios, while also supporting Colliers’ occupier clients in the sector.  

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