Coworking is the future of office space | Season 4 Episode 21


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  1. 2020 Coworking Trends – PM Expo, Toronto – Yardi Kube

    2020-03-06 at 10:51 am

    […] Although coworking is still considered a newcomer in commercial real estate, there have already been noticeable shifts in the industry. Initially, there was a focus on executive offices. Next came a rise in the shared desk space model. Currently, workspace as a service is the predominant trend. While at the event, Hersowitz had the opportunity to discuss the future of the coworking industry in-depth with podcast host Tim Byrnes. You can check out that interview here. […]

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Change is the only thing you know for certain in business. Everything is constantly shifting and you have to be keenly aware of those changes if you’re going to succeed. Take office space for example. For decades we have been installing glass in some of the biggest offices in the country. But that industry is in the midst of some serious disruption. The rise of the gig economy means theres are literally hundreds of thousands of people who need office space. It would be way too expensive for each person to rent on their own. That’s where co-working comes in. These ad-hoc office spaces are now in every major city on the planet. And they are making things very uncomfortable for traditional management companies. My guest this week is Dale Hersowitz the VP of coworking for Yardi. They are one of the biggest software companies for property managers and are making big waves in the coworking space. Things are always changing but that doesn;t mean you have to be left behind! ___________________________ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timbyrnealmostlive Twitter: https://twitter.com/timbyrnealmost Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/TimByrneAlmostLive


Change is the only thing you know for certain in business.  Everything is constantly shifting and you have to be keenly aware of those changes if you’re going to succeed.  Take office space for example. For decades we have been installing glass in some of the biggest offices in the country.  But that industry is in the midst of some serious disruption. The rise of the gig economy means there’s are literally hundreds of thousands of people who need office space.  It would be way too expensive for each person to rent on their own. That’s where co-working comes in. These ad hoc office spaces are now in every major city on the planet. And they are making things very uncomfortable for traditional management companies. 

My guest this week is Dale Hersowitz the VP of coworking for Yardi.  They are one of the biggest software companies for property managers and are making big waves in the coworking space.  Things are always changing but that doesn’t mean you have to be left behind!

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