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Evolution & Innovation: The Flexible Workspace Report 2022

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U.S. Research Report | Occupier Services

2021 was a transitional year for the flexible workspace sector. While overall flex inventory contracted, the growing importance of flexible workspace as a key element of landlord and occupier strategy came under increasing focus.

In this report we identify several themes we anticipate will gain traction in the year ahead as the flexible workspace sector continues to evolve to further meet user needs.

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Evolution & Innovation: The Flexible Workspace Report 2022

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Stephen Newbold

Director of National Office Research

Washington, DC

Stephen has over 30 years of Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Research experience gained in both the U.S. and U.K.  He has an expert knowledge of many CRE markets across the U.S. Having worked with brokerage firms, asset managers and data providers he has a broad spectrum of experience and is adept in forecasting, analysis and strategy. Prior to joining Colliers, Stephen was a Research Director with CoStar based in Washington D.C. His career history also includes eight years as Director of U.S. Office Research with Deutsche Asset Management and six years as Head of Research with Newmark Knight Frank in London, U.K.

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William Burchfield

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Will brings more than eight years of commercial real estate experience from the landlord, brokerage, and flexible workplace sectors. He was most recently at Transwestern, serving as a VP on their tenant representation team in New York City. Prior to Transwestern he worked at Breather and WeWork, supporting enterprise clients with both transactional and consulting services throughout the Americas. Will started his career at SL Green, working on a team that managed over 10 million square feet of space in New York City.

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