1st Results Of The Global Coworking Survey 2015-16

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Presentation of the first results of the Global Coworking Survey 2015-16 at Coworking Europe Milan, November 11, 2015

Due to a typographical error, 7,800 coworking spaces were projected for 2015, the correct projection was 8,700.

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1st Results Of The Global Coworking Survey 2015-16

  1. 1. The Global Coworking Survey THE FIRST RESULTS OF 2015-16 MILANO, NOVEMBER 11, 2015
  2. 2. 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 !* 7.800 3.400 1.13031075 NUMBER OF COWORKING SPACES WORLDWIDE AS OF OCTOBER EVERY SECOND YEAR 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 !* 510.000 295.000 151.000 81.000 43.000 NUMBER OF MEMBERS WORLDWIDE AS OF OCTOBER EACH YEAR !* PROJECTION FOR 2015! BASED ON THE GLOBAL COWORKING SURVEY 2015-16 - REPORTED BY COWORKING SPACES THE GROWTH OF COWORKING SPACES the average coworking space has around 30% more members than two years ago the biggest coworking spaces by members (on average) are located in Asia the smallest ones in Africa the average coworking space is now 32,8 months old 2013-14: 21,9 months old grown by roughly +36% within the last 12 months +/- 10% +/- 10%
  3. 3. How 8,38 2015-16 2013-14 2011-12 8,24 8,37 Coworking Spaces Rated By Their Members Not planning to leave A minimum of a year A minimum of three months Only this month or earlier n.a. 1 % 3 % 12 % 18 % 67 % 60% 18% 14% 4% 4% 66% 18% 14% 1% 1% How Long Members Plan To Remain In Their Current Coworking Space HOW MEMBERS RATED THEIR COWORKING SPACES 76% of the members chat very often (47%) or rather often (29%) with the hosts or managers of a coworking space, 11% rather seldom, very seldom or not at all 2013-14 2011-122015-16
  4. 4. 51% would leave their mobile phone always unattended without fear of theft. Another 23% for several hours at least. (2013-14: 26%, 2011-12: 27%) What members expect from other members (TOP 7) of members think that (almost) all other members know their first name. 7% suppose that no-one knows. (2013-14: 7%, 2011-12: 4%) 67% 2013-14: 50% 2011-12: 57% 2013-14: 62% 2011-12: 61% Casual small talk Sharing knowledge Enjoying others' company Brainstorming or sharing new ideas Sharing opportunities for new jobs or projects Sharing contacts Quick help (to fix devices for instance) 50 % 54 % 55 % 60 % 66 % 68 % 75 % 2 %5 %21 %41 %29 % Very Strongly Quite Strongly Somewhat Not Strongly Not at all N.A. 1 %6 %28 %30 %30 % THE COWORKING SPACE MEMBERS & THE COMMUNITY How strongly members feel they are a part of their current coworking community 2013/14 2015/16
  5. 5. THE COWORKING SPACE MEMBERS & HOW THEY WORK 2013-142015-16 2011-12 Work sometimes outside of the coworking space 84% YES 86% YES 90% YES 13% NO 9% NO 9% NO Where members mainly work 2015-16 5 % 12 % 78 % In an open workspace In a team office In an individual office In a coffee area In a meeting room Other 3 % 9 % 79 % 2013-14 11% have an access with a limited number of days per month 24 hours access remains stable at 54% 7% 29% work at an individual workplace, not at a group of desks 19% 56% work on their own, not in teams 61% 2015-16 2013-14 73% work at a coworking space three times a week or more often, 44% come every day 51% 2015-16 2013-14
  6. 6. Top Motivations For Operators To Run A Coworking Space I like the coworking movement I like to improve the work life of other people67% 67% I like to be connected with other people 29% 73% Good opportunity to find new clients Other responses: Can afford a better office (infrastructure) by sharing the office space: 20% Reducing the office rent: 15% Good business to earn money: 15% Other: 10% THE COWORKING SPACE OPERATORS The Majority Of Operators Still Undertake Other Jobs 5 % 26 % 69 % 7 % 20 % 73 % 5 % 30 % 65 % Part-time operator Full-time operator Other 2015-16 2011-12 2013-14
  7. 7. How 2015-16 70% 73% 17% 15% are open coworking spaces reported by members operators are curated coworking spaces 71% 74% 71% 15% 15% 2013-14 too few too many just right 27% 58% 14% Too many or too few coworking spaces in your region? What do you think, how profitable are other coworking spaces in your region? THE COWORKING SPACES 2015-16* 2 % 33 % 35 % 26 % 2 % Very Unprofitable Rather Unprofitable Zero Rather Profitable Very Profitable n.a. 2013-14 3 % 29 % 40 % 18 % 5 % 2011-12 3 % 27 % 43 % 18 % 7 % *rating on a scale of 5 stars
  8. 8. THE COWORKING SPACES & WHERE THEY ARE HOUSED 82% of all coworking spaces lease a location 14% of all leases will expire within a year 52 months is the average lease term 1 in 4 coworking spaces have moved to a new location - at least once of all locations had been vacant for six months at least before moving in 5 years or younger 6 to 20 years 21 to 50 years 51 to 100 years older than 100 years Don't know & n.a. 8 % 15 % 23 % 30 % 6 % 19 % 20 % 27 % 17 % 11 % 5 % 18 % 24 % 24 % 19 % 9 % 2015-16 2013-14 Age of building Type of building Commercial Industrial Residential Other 11 % 17 % 18 % 51 % 12 % 17 % 20 % 51 % 49% (2013-14:46% )
  9. 9. THE COWORKING SPACES - FORECAST 2016 8 % 31 % 35 % 12 % 27 % Yes, with more desks and space in our current location Yes, we plan to move to a larger location Yes, we plan to move to another extra location No Other 2015-16 2013-14 2011-12 67 %59 %61 % All “yes” expansions combined* 2013-14 2011-12 8 % 8 % 29 % 33 % 36 % 35 % 9 % 8 % 29 % 21 % Expansion Plans For The Next Year *Coworking spaces which plan several types of expansion in 2016 have been counted as one expansion only per coworking space Expectations Of Coworking Spaces For 2016 Strongly increasing & increasing vs. decreasing & strongly decreasing expectations Members Income 79% 2% 74% 2% Sense of Community 74% 2% No. of Events 61% 4% (89%) (0%) (85%) (1%) (81%) (1%) (72%) (2%) (and compared to 2014)** ** The rating design of this question has changed to a scale of 5 stars for 2016 which can also influence the responses compared to 2014.
  10. 10. TAKE PART & SHARE THE SURVEY. *THIS SURVEY WILL RUN UNTIL NOVEMBER 27, 2015 THE QUESTIONS BEHIND THE FIRST RESULTS WILL BE TAKEN DOWN AND ARE REPLACED BY NEW QUESTIONS. HAVE YOUR SAY! COWORKINGSURVEY.COM Official Supporters asofNovember10,2015
  11. 11. BECOME AN OFFICIAL SUPPORTER Send an info incl. the link coworkingsurvey.com to your members - as a part of your newsletter or of other channels. Send a copy of it and your logo to survey@deskmag.com. Get mentioned in the infographic of the final results and and get linked in upcoming articles about this survey. BACKGROUND The Global Coworking Survey 2015-16 is the 5th global survey on coworking, the first one was conducted in 2010. The current survey has started on October 13, 2015 and will run until November 27, 2015. The questionnaire of each survey is continuously updated, and contains currently more than 300 questions incl. new, recurring, and classic questions. Not all of them are shown to each respondent. Some questions are also archived and not part of every survey. The first results are swiftly analysed, while the final results consider a quality check and an comprehensive analysis of relations among the characteristics for an in-depth interpretation, which takes more time. For this reason, the final results can slightly differ from the first results. COWORKINGSURVEY.COM GIVE #COWORKING YOUR VOICE! The final results will be published in a series of articles on Deskmag, starting in January 2016. The number of all participants will be announced after this survey has ended. For the first results, the first 830 completed questionnaires have been considered, which have been filled in on coworkingsurvey.com by November 9, 2015.

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