The flexible office space sector in the EMEA region is set to grow by over 50 percent by 2022, according to a recent report by Colliers International. Over the last four years, the number of operators across Europe grew by 135 percent, while the number of flexible workplace centers increased by 205 percent, the study said. In Warsaw, flexible office space last year accounted for approximately 13 percent of the total office demand. The Polish capital currently has almost 195,000 sqm of co-working and serviced areas. The biggest operator in the city, WeWork, now has nearly 40,000 sqm in five locations and plans five new openings in the next one and half years.

(Warsaw Business Journal)

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