The flexible workplace trend can benefit downtowns
13 Mar 2023
Downtown is a different place today, as our workplaces have changed.
The pandemic forced a lasting transition to hybrid and work-from-home models, dramatically shifting downtowns’ daytime customer base. But communities are discovering that coworking spaces offer an important way for businesses to find and engage daytime workers downtown and keep Main Streets vibrant.
Read the complete article from Wisconsin Economic Development here.
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