The Rise of the Non-Dedicated Subscription-Based Revenue Model

Non-Dedicated Subscription-Based Revenue ModelAs the U.S. economy slowly pulls out of one of the worst recessions in history, we are beginning to gather information from our partner centers about the collateral damage and what the recovery looks like to them.

What has changed since 2008?  Is your mix of product line and service revenue the same now as it was before the downturn?  What helped you survive during the last five years, and what do you think will ensure you thrive in the next five?

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Virtual Office: A Welcome Source of Revenue Diversification for Workspace Providers

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In previous posts, we shared how Virtual Office is the fastest and most profitable line of business for Workplace-as-a-Service ™ providers. In this article we will highlight the diversification benefits brought by a healthy virtual office and meeting room business in the revenue mix of workspace providers.
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How to Maximize Economic Occupancy

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At the Global Workspace Association (GWA) Conference in Atlanta on September 19, 2013, our CEO Laurent Dhollande discussed his perspectives on what Workplace Providers can do to maximize revenue. The following elaborates on the part of the discussion that focused on the concept of Economic Occupancy. It is a partial transcript of Laurent’s discussion.
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How does your Revenue per Square Foot Compare with the Rest of the Industry?

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At the Global Workspace Association (GWA) Conference in Atlanta on September 19, 2013, our CEO Laurent Dhollande discussed some of the data available in the 2013 GWA Financial Survey. “The Survey is a gold mine for Workspace-as-a-Service operators,” said Laurent. “It does not give you all the answers but it raises the right questions,” he added.
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