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Nordic Office - Challenges in future-proofing

The full report

Now more than ever, commercial real estate needs to secure a seat at the table with other business unit leaders when discussing the company’s strategy and plans. There needs to be a good understanding of not only who will be using the space, but how and when they will be using it. The coworking phenomenon is changing the mindset of occupiers over what they can expect from their real estate and is also impacting the traditional model. At the end of the day, businesses that are successful in the future will be those that break down the barriers between people, workplaces and technologies and empower their employees to be productive and creative no matter where they are.

In this report, we highlight ten challenges that changes in work, life and the environment bring to both the occupiers and landlords when future-proofing their premises. These 10 challenges are:

1. Flexibility
2. IFRS 16
3. Service level
4. Coworking
5. Corporate identity
6. Cost
7. Individualism
8. Extrovert ground floor
9. Attracting tech tenants
10. Adaptation of tech