How are companies adapting to the changing trends in workplace solutions? What is fundamentally different in the requirements of younger employees? How can employees use the workplace as an expression of company identity? The participants of the office leasing panel at Balkans Property Forum 2018, moderated by Michael Smithing FRICS, Former Member of the Europe and Hungary Boards of RICS, discussed new trends in workplace solutions.
According to the latest report by JLL, Disruption or Distraction, the flexible office space sector in Europe has more than doubled since 2014, and could grow by up to 30% per year over the next five years. These forecasts - based on an analysis of 20 major European markets - also include Warsaw, which dominates the Polish flex market.
Modern office spaces in the entire world are undergoing a significant transformation towards sustainability, care for the environment and active concern for the well-being and health of people who work there. While the largest companies around the world compete in the development of greener and more sustainable office spaces, a modern, innovative business center on the corner of Slavonska avenija and Heinzelova ulica is being built in Zagreb as well, according to the exceptionally high standards of green, sustainable construction – Matrix Office Park.
M7 Real Estate (“M7”), the pan European investor and asset manager, announces that it has refinanced
a €4.8 million debt facility secured against the Mani Business Centre in Zagreb, Croatia with ERSTE
Bank Zagreb following the completion of M7’s successful asset management strategy for the property.
On 4 December 2018, Balkans Property Forum 2018, a conference and networking event for real estate professionals from all over Southeastern Europe will be held in Belgrade. Over 150 guests will come together in the Serbian capital to discuss key issues and explore the latest trends influencing the future of the real estate industry.
Baby boom generation, born between 1946 and 1964. entered the workforce during the sixties and seventies. Back then the job was predominantly procedurally organized and therefore it needed relatively rigid and hierarchy-defined office layout. The job a person was doing was a well-defined and fixed element in organizational work-flow - which made workstation also fixed and non-flexible.