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A analysis of the Coworking ecosystem in London

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By Pier Paolo Mucelli, from eOffice, presented at the Social Workplace conference London, 2016. (WeWork Moorgate, June 10th)

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A analysis of the Coworking ecosystem in London

  1. 1. Coworking – London Market 2016 Presented by Pier Paolo Mucelli @ Social Workplace
  2. 2. Coworking: Open Plan / Event Spaces / Services / Networking
  3. 3. Coworking in London: Evolution/History eOffice Soho opens 6,000 sq.ft. in heart of Soho in April 2002 The Hub opens at Angel in 2005 More independent operators open ‘08 Workspace Group launches Club Workspace in 2010 The Office Group launches ClubRooms in 2011 Canary Wharf launches Level 39 in 2013 SohoHouse opens SohoWorks in 2014 WeWork opens first London centre in Soho in 2015 Regus buys Spaces (NL) and opens in Oxford Street in 2015 MarkTech Holdings (Camden Town) launches Interchange 2015 (84k sq.ft.) -
  4. 4. 1. Public Spaces / Hotels / Coffee Places / Transport Hubs British Library (and Biz & IP Centre) University Incubators/Accelerators - London City Incubator - Imperial Incubator (22,000 sq.f.) - Accelerator London in Shoreditch (London Metropolitan) Innovation Centres - Digital Entreprise Greenwich (21,000 sq.f.) - London BioScience Innovation Centre Hoxton Hotel – (Holborn-Shoreditch) Club Zetter by Zetter Hotel TimberYard (3 locations) Train Stations (The Office Group) Airport Lounges (Regus)
  5. 5. 2: Member’s Clubs / Business Clubs Soho House / Shoreditch House (’96-’10) Mixed concept / Leisure/Business. Launches SohoWorks The Hospital Club (2002) Contemporary, media focused, Covent Garden One Alfred Place (2010) 10,000 sq.f. in West End The ClubHouse (2012) 10,000 sq.f. in Mayfair x 2 12 Hay Hill (2014) Mayfair Club Café’ Royal (2015) Part of Hotel, Piccadilly NeueHouse (2016-2017) From New York, opening end of year in London And many more… around 50 clubs in Central London
  6. 6. 3: Tech Corporate / Accelerators Mozilla Spaces (2012) 10,000 sq.f. in Covent Garden Google Campus (2012) 25,000 sq.f. in East London Telefonica – Wayra (2012) 10,000 sq.f in West End Cisco – Idea London (2014) In TechCity with UCL Microsoft Venture (2014) In collaboration with Central Working Accelerate Places (Hammersmith) by VC Blenheim Chalcot (2015) Rocket Internet – Oxford Street Founders Factory – Kensington – 200 startups Coocon Network - China 70,000 sq.f. of flexible office space in 2017
  7. 7. 4: Property Companies/Landlords Level 39 (Canary Wharf). 20,000 sq.f. of flexible office space for Fin Tech market, in the heart of Canary Wharf. Expanded to additional 2 floors, now 80,000 sq.ft. Market Tech (Camden Town). Launched Interchange and 2 other coworking spaces in Camden Town, 84,000 sq.ft. Workspace Group - Club Workspace (2012). 16 coworking spaces Brockton Capital – Launching coworking spaces in 4/5 of their buildings in 2017 (30,000/50,000 sq.ft)
  8. 8. 5: Business Centres / Services offices extension Regus – Lounges (2010) Street Level lounge concept in Berkeley Square (rolling out in other cities too). Acquired SPACES (opened in Oxford Street in 2015) The Office Group - ClubRooms (2011) Opening coworking space in several of their buildings Pavillon (2011) Boutique high quality serviced office (3 centres), with coworking element Servcorp (2014) Entered London in 2012 and introduced lounge/coworking element WeWork (in London 2015) Entered London in 2015 and opened 10 centres in 15 months
  9. 9. 6: Independent Coworking Operators eOffice (2002) First coworking space in Europe (Soho) 4 spaces The Hub (2005, 2008, 2011) Social focus 3 spaces The Trampery (2009) in East London, media focus 4 spaces TechHub (2011) Tech focus (Hoxton Mix (2010) Tech, East London, 3 spaces TechSpace (2012) - 4 spaces Innovation Warehouse (2011) 10,000 sq.f. Clerkenwell Central Working (2012) Lounge, F+D, MR, West End, E. London Co-Work (2011) 6 spaces Huckletree (2013) 2 spaces HeadSpace (2013) 2 spaces Rainmaking Loft (2013) 1 Space in C.London Second Home (2014) 1 space in East London Runway East (2015) 1 Space C London Work-Life (2015) 2 spaces The Collective (2014) 3 spaces And many more (+150 coworking spaces now in London, +100 independent
  10. 10. Recent Funding in the Sector [ IN THE UK ] The Office Group: £43million (2010) Second Home: £6 million (2014) Huckletree: £2.4 million (2015) The ClubHouse: £1 million (2015) TechSpace: +£1 million (2016) [ IN THE USA] WeWork: USD 1.4 billion Galvanize: USD 18 million (2014) Serendipity Labs: USD 8.5m (2015) NeueHouse: USD 25m (2015)
  11. 11. Some Trends Landlords launching their own coworking concepts or collaborating with operators WeWork opening very large centres in a record time in key world cities Importance of the brand Large operators: +10,000 sq.ft. spaces More funding in the sector Buyers market (more and more options for clients) Dependence on startups / tech market – bubble? East London now expensive, new areas like South/North/West London emerging New business models, online providers/surplus space/residential coworking (Vrumi…) Cowork / CoLiving

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