Published at: 2019-06-12 10:29 | Author: Robert McLean
The co-working space in Skanska's latest office building in Prague has already filled 300 of the 600 seats it offers
More than anything, Business Link is Skanska’s answer to growing corporate demand for co-working space. But just as there are multiple reasons companies of all sizes to get on board the new trend, there are also plenty of reasons Skanska is investing millions in the idea. Besides filling a few floors of its projects with a trustworthy subsidiary, having fully serviced office space that’s immediately available for standard tenants in a new project can be awfully handy. Visionary, Skanska’s newest...

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