Published at: 2019-06-12 12:10 | Author: Robert McLean
I think there may not be enough space in the current operators are already expanding
The international chain WeWork is slowly spreading through Central Europe, but it remains to be seen if it will make it beyond Prague and Warsaw all the way to Bratislava. Just as the presence of powerful local property groups in the Slovak capital has prevented international players from entering this small, but dynamic market, an existing ecosystem of coworking operators might well provide the incentive the rising global star needs to look elsewhere. Michal Rudinsky, 108 Agency’s new head of O...

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