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Emerging trends in occupiers market

Michael Taelman
In recent years, corporates have sought to maintain a firm control on operational costs without stifling opportunities and performance. Born from this delicate balance are workplace changes and trends focussing on technology, productivity and flexible working to better align real estate with the wider strategic goals of the business.

Economic market fundamentals have recently begun consolidating in a consistent manner. While no doubt a positive for business, external forces have added to a general sense of uncertainty. In a recent CBRE EMEA survey, 64% of corporates cited economic uncertainty as the major challenge facing their organization, compared with 58% the year before. This is no doubt influenced by recent political elections, the terms surrounding Brexit and a Quantitative Easing and low-interest rate environment showing signs of unwinding.

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 | 20/12/2017


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