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4. Flex-Come-Together in Berlin

The Berlin co-working scene met for the 4th time. This time the focus was on the 4th quarter of 2023. The current economic situation has not simply passed the "flex industry" by. So the questions arise: How will the market develop and what do the current market figures look like? Helge Zahrnt MRICS once again provided us with the latest figures. What other USPs can Flexspace offer its customers - apart from "coffee and foosball"? #ESG - was the answer that Melanie Linke from PwC gave us. We continued with our London panel, where Danny Babington , Robert Stevenson and Alex Clark told us about the last 10 years on the London market and how they dealt with "crises" or simply the typical "ups and downs" in the individual economic phases. In order to make it economically interesting for all current and future tenants, Anke Wiegand from Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH informed us about the many #funding opportunities available in the city of #Berlin . And what part is still missing? Of course: #hospitality . A flexspace does not simply consist of "divided offices" that can be opened and closed again. No one could tell us better than Louis Prenz from the Hotel Pullman Berlin Schweizerhof how to turn customers into happy customers "for a limited time". #Hospitality is one of the most important core elements of serviced offices, which in the end probably make the small but significant difference to simple #sublet space . All in all, a successful event with great speakers and an interested audience.


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