The health crisis has led many companies to reassess their current real estate strategy. Today, more than ever, the demand for flexibility is high, both for companies and for employees. Flexible office providers have responded to this issue by offering a range of office options to suit the ever-changing needs of members. We present to you through this article the different flexible office solutions to help you find the best strategy for your business. Whether you are a large company in need of a bespoke head office, a small team in need of a coworking space or you are looking to set up several models for your teams,

Flexible Office Rental With Possible Extension

Renting conventional office space in a building that also houses a flexible office provider can offer the option of taking up additional space when needed. This solution can be particularly attractive for large companies that need a main office, without having to integrate additional space (at a higher cost) to accommodate meeting rooms or event spaces, for example. Most flexible offices offer meeting rooms and event spaces that can be rented at an additional cost. It is also possible to rent a private office for short periods and use it as a project space, often providing a more creative and secluded environment away from the main office.

Custom Head Office

Aimed at large companies, this solution consists of taking up an entire floor of office space, or even an entire building, whose design and configuration can be adapted to specific needs. The day-to-day management of the space is carried out either by an existing flexible office management company, such as Deskeo or My Flex Office for example, or by a third-party management company on behalf of the owner.

Coworking Office

Coworking offices are often best suited for individuals such as an entrepreneur with a start-up business, a remote worker, or a freelance person, but also smaller teams looking for a single office or job. ‘a small number of offices in a shared space with access to the common areas that a flexible space provides. These vary from provider to provider, but can include kitchen facilities, meeting rooms, and event spaces. Coworking desks are either non-dedicated or single-person desks and in some cases they have lockers to keep things safe. Subscription plans for non-dedicated positions are generally cheaper and limit you to a certain number of days / hours per month, but allow you to be free to move between the different places, while the dedicated offices offer you a permanent home, in an open and dynamic environment. We have seen an increase in demand for both types of coworking spaces in the wake of the health crisis, as many people seek a place close to their homes to work when it is not possible to work. telework, or simply when they want to vary their work week. while the dedicated offices offer you a permanent home, in an open and dynamic environment. We have seen an increase in demand for both types of coworking spaces in the wake of the health crisis, as many people seek a place close to their homes to work when it is not possible to work. telework, or simply when they want to vary their work week. while the dedicated offices offer you a permanent home, in an open and dynamic environment. We have seen an increase in demand for both types of coworking spaces in the wake of the health crisis, as many people seek a place close to their homes to work when it is not possible to work. telework, or simply when they want to vary their work week.

Private Office

Private offices are the main offering of most flexible office providers (typically over 60% of the space is private offices) and are a great option for businesses of all sizes that need space. dedicated which also allows access to the shared spaces provided in the flexible office space. This is a particularly attractive solution for start-ups and scale-ups whose size can fluctuate over a period of time and whose space can expand or shrink with them as needed.