Flexible Workspace Market In APAC, Flexible Workspace Industry In APAC: Ken Research

Supply-Demand Gap Analysis in APAC Flexible Workspace Market

The supply-demand gap has been increasing between 2016 and 2018 as many new local players have entered the industry during this time frame and many of the international players such as WeWork, The Executive Centre, Regus, and Servcorp expanded to various countries in APAC. The gap reduced in 2019 due to increase in demand from large enterprises. The supply-demand gap is expected to decrease in the future. Operators are shifting their focus from expansion to efficiency. Flexible workspace operators will design co-working locations that provide work-life balance by accommodating lifestyle spaces. Existing operators with sufficient funding will choose to renovate their existing centers accordingly in order to remain competitive. Eventually, occupiers will enjoy well designed spaces at appealing rates. Operators are also investing on broker listings in order to increase occupancy; this will further reduce the supply-demand gap.

Country Profile: Japan

The working age population in Japan has been decreasing with a CAGR of -0.8%. Therefore employers have to focus on increasing the efficiency of the available workforce by introducing flexible working hour, working location, attractive lifestyle services in the office premises and others. The employers in the country have also incorporated changes to attract the youth population into the workforce. The falling working age population, growing number of freelancers, start-ups and entrepreneurs has lead to the emergence of flexible workspace industry in Japan.

The supply in the industry has been growing with a double digit CAGR of ~% during the period 2016-2019. The supply of flexible workspace in Tokyo on the basis of space is dominated by Marunouchi/Otemachi, followed by Roppongi/Akasaka and Shibuya/Ebisu.

In 2019, unlike other countries in APAC the demand of flexible workspaces in Japan is dominated by freelancers followed by Enterprise and MSME’s/Start-ups. The rapidly evolving economy has created a more agile workforce, increasing the number of part-time, contract and self-employed workers. The aging population accelerates the shift in workforce structure and work style. More Japanese above 45 years old starts to choose self-employment according to the MHW survey.

Japan Flexible Space market is expected to register growth at CAGR ~% by supply during 2019-2025F. This is owing to multitude of factors namely JustCo’s Entry, Increase in Flexibility for Labor retention, growing entrepreneurial infrastructure, promotion of teleworking and increasing efforts to drive labor productivity.

What Is The Future Outlook And Projections For Apac Flexible Workspace Market?

The APAC Flexible Workspace Market has been anticipated to grow with a CAGR of ~% in terms of supply and ~% in terms of demand during 2019-2025F. This is owing to multitude of factors namely emergence of nomadic co-working spaces, increasing demand from enterprises, increasing number of niche co-working spaces, movement to tier 2 and tier 3 cities, increase in focus on non-rental revenue streams and Change in IFRS Standards. Sydney, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Pune, Hyderabad, Chengdu and Guangzhou are expected to grow at the fastest pace by 2025 and therefore are the upcoming markets in the flexible workspace industry.

Key Segments Covered:-

By Type of Flexible Workspace

Serviced Spaces

Hybrid Spaces

Co-Working Spaces

By Country

India

Bangalore

Delhi NCR

Mumbai

Pune

Hyderabad

China

Shanghai

Beijing

Shenzhen

Hong Kong

Chengdu

Guangzhou

Australia

Melbourne

Sydney

Japan

Tokyo

Singapore

South Korea

Seoul

Philippines

Metro Manila

Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

Hanoi

By End Users

Enterprises

MSME’s/Start Ups

Entrepreneurs/Freelancers

Key Target Audience:-

Flexible Workspace Operators

Office Brokers/Aggregators

Commercial Real Estate Companies

Venture Capitalist and PE Firms

Real Estate Consultant

Office Furniture Providers

ICT Providers

Time Period Captured in the Report:-

Historical Period – 2016-2019

Forecast Period – 2019-2025

Companies Covered in the Report:-

APAC Flexible Workspace Market

IWG

WeWork

The Executive Centre

Compass Office

JustCo

Servcorp

Local Players in India Flexible Workspace Market

Awfis Space Solutions

IndiQube

Smartworks

91Springboard

Innov8

Vatika Business Centre & Co-working Spaces

InstaOffice

Local Players in China Flexible Workspace Market

Ucommune

MyDreamPlus

Distrii

Kr Space

SOHO 3Q

People Squared

Atlas Workplace

Servoffice

Local Players in Japan Flexible Workspace Market

ZXY

WorkStyling

Cross Office

Business Airport

LIFORK

Mitsubishi Estate (BRANDS: Finolab, The Premium Floor, Inspired.lab, Global Business Hub, EGG JAPAN)

Expert Office

SENQ

Local Players in Australia Flexible Workspace Market

Victory Offices

WOTSO Workspace

Workspace365

Corporate House

Asia Pacific Serviced Offices

Hub

Space & Co.

Christie Spaces

Local Players in Singapore Flexible Workspace Market

The Work Project

The Great Room

Found8

ClubCo

Local Players in Philippines Flexible Workspace Market

KMC Co-working Space

Clock In

Common Ground

vOffice

Project T Solutions

A-Space

Local Players in Vietnam Flexible Workspace Market

Toong

Up Co-Working

G Office

Cogo Co-working

Dreamplex

eSmart

CirCo

Local Players in South Korea Flexible Workspace Market

FASTFIVE

SPARKPLUS

BIZSQUARE & MoA

GARAGE

Heyground

For More Information, refer to below link:-

APAC Flexible Workspace Market

Related Reports:-

India Flexible Workspace Market Outlook to 2025- By Type (Hybrid Spaces, Serviced Spaces and Co-Working Spaces), By City (Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Pune and Hyderabad) and By End Users (Enterprises, MSME’s/Start-Ups and Entrepreneurs/Freelancers)

China Flexible Workspace Market Outlook to 2025 Driven by Increasing Investment in Technology and Shift in Focus towards Non Rental Revenue Streams

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Ken Research
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Ankur@kenresearch.com
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