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Press Release28 November 2019

Horwath HTL Industry Report: Coworking – How Hotels Can Add Value

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Today, everyone is talking about the term coworking. The business is thriving, different styles and forms are developing. New players are entering the market. At the same time, more and more synergies and complements are being recognized between coworking and hospitality.

However, most often it seems like mostly hotels are taking advantage from the coworking concept. But, in fact, looking at the history, style and stereotypical customers of coworking models, hotels can actually add relevant value to the coworking market just the same.

This report covers the current situation and gives insights and examples of the possibilities for both industries, when working together.

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Horwath HTL Industry Report: Coworking – How Hotels Can Add Value

Today, everyone is talking about the term coworking. The business is thriving, different styles and forms are developing. New players are entering the market. At the same time, more and more synergies and complements are being recognized between coworking and hospitality. However, most often it seems like mostly hotels are taking advantage from the coworking concept. But, in fact, looking at the history, style and stereotypical customers of coworking models, hotels can actually add relevant value to the coworking market just the same. This report covers the current situation and gives insights and examples of the possibilities for both industries, when working together.
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Horwath HTL is the world"s largest hospitality consulting brand with 45 offices across the world providing expert local knowledge. Since 1915 we have been providing impartial, specialist advice to our clients and are recognized as the founders of the Uniform System of Accounts which subsequently has become the industry standard for hospitality accounting. We focus one hundred percent on hotels, tourism and leisure consulting and have successfully completed over 16,000 projects.  If you have any questions, please contact James Chappell, Global Business Director at [email protected].

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