Corporates have an eye on co-working spaces

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Troy McTeer, Leasing Broker at JLL, says co-working isn’t what it used to be, and South African corporates could soon be adopting an international trend. Co-working spaces have traditionally been the territory of freelancers, entrepreneurs, start-ups and incubator hubs. Individuals or small teams of two – five people sharing office space, unencumbered by a long-term […]

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Proactive project management the solution to a seamless office refit

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Sarene Nel, Head of Project Management at Tétris, talks to the value of fit-out project management in extensive redevelopment projects With the considerable number of global companies with regional offices in South Africa, Tétris has become accustomed to briefs that seek to bring the company’s international flair and global standards to our shores.  A recent […]

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East African Hotel markets emerging from High Supply Growth Cycle

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Following a peak in the economic and hotel demand cycle in 2014, supply growth in East Africa has been at an unprecedented high level during the past three years. Demand fundamentals have been strong in a region which has experienced the highest level of economic growth in Africa in recent years. Yet supply growth, with […]

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The ideal Generation Z office space – ‘go’ or ‘no go’?

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Tracy Anderson, Interior Designer, Tétris, is upfront and honest about a few design trends gathering dust in an office near you. The impact of the millennial generation on workplace design has been significant. It’s all about communication, collaboration, flexibility and happiness, with the introduction of a range of non-conventional work spaces to ensure employees thrive. […]

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