LiquidSpace Offers Rapid Growth of On-Demand Workspace
July 23, 2014
On Demand office space is a result of the growing number of corporations experimenting with workplace mobility. An on-demand office space is workspace that is available when a business needs it. With an on-demand office space, you aren’t responsible for all of the costs of the space. The office overhead expenses are paid by the virtual office provider itself.
There are fast growing on-demand office space in the U.S. LiquidSpace, the leading online marketplace for finding and booking flexible office and meeting space, shared today that the supply of hotel workspaces on LiquidSpace has grown 1060 percent in the past year and now makes up one third of all the flexible workspace across the U.S. available on the platform.
"Hotels are becoming the equivalent of the world's largest office building," said Mark Gilbreath, founder and CEO of LiquidSpace. "What's really interesting is that we're seeing hotels not just offer up their existing, under-utilized meeting rooms, we're actually seeing them reconfigure other areas of their properties to create additional workspaces that meet the demands of a growing mobile workforce. Coworking lounges, a private office staged poolside, workspace on roof decks – these are just a few examples of the new range of hotel workspace options offering all of the professional amenities one needs to be productive."
Glen Harvell, vice president strategic Solutions & Business Development, Marriott said in a statement’, "With our renovated lobbies and public spaces, we are inviting guests and people working and living nearby to connect, meet and get work done."
A few examples of unique, beyond-the-boardroom, hotel workspaces available through LiquidSpace include the intersection of the Miami Arts and Design Districts as well as the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay outfitted a private room in its popular Catch restaurant with a boardroom table—perfect for up to 14 people, overlooking the marina.
Almost 16,000 corporations of all sizes – from large consulting firms to small law practices and entrepreneurs – use LiquidSpace for a mobile workspace solution.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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