Renewed opportunity in coworking space


By JOY LEE

Larger space: Johor-based Infinity8 expanded into the Klang Valley to seize the growing demand here.

AS flexible working arrangements become more entrenched in today’s workplace, coworking space firms are seeing an opportunity for them to be the real estate solution provider for companies.

Coming out of the pandemic, businesses are generally looking to reconfigure their workforce and work space needs and some may opt to leverage coworking spaces rather than manage their own offices.

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