Five things you need to know about workplace tech

The-Report-Eye-gif-THUMB.gifFuture strategist Thimon De Jong on the emerging workplace technologies and trends most likely to affect London’s buildings, occupiers and, by default, investors’ returns

1. The start-up sit-in reversal

Several years ago a trend emerged whereby big corporates would invite start-ups to fill space and empty desks in their offices. Nesting, or incubating, these young companies was either a great way to bring in some extra revenue on otherwise empty desks, or to do their bit for start-ups by offering them space for free. This trend is now…

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