Mark Gilbreath has one of the most comprehensive vantage points of the Flexible Office Industry. As the CEO of LiquidSpace, he serves casual flex office users, corporate occupier users, SMB users, operators with space to offer and landlords with space to offer.
Rarely at his home office in Idaho, Mark is constantly in the flow of our quickly-evolving industry. In this episode, he shares his perspective on the evolution of the flexible office industry, the impact of the WeWork IPO on the perception of the industry, a demand forecast on the corporate occupier and a look at where we're headed.
Mark poses a few strategic questions to me and we discuss the supply/demand perspective; what does the playing field look like for new entrants competing with the likes of WeWork and Industrious? The Impact of WeWork and landlord participation on smaller operators and what emerging operators need most.
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In a membership-based business, each month we win new members and lose others. Our business model relies on a systematic sales and marketing approach that drives net positive membership growth each month.
In this episode, we analyze a local, membership-based, community-focused business that, despite it's strong, engaged community, is losing money each month. I walk through their situation and what we can learn to better manage our coworking businesses.
In this episode, I share my go-to platform for outsourcing critical business tasks that I just can't get to. You'll be amazed at the breadth of expertise that you can leverage on a project-basis or long-term if needed.
I share example projects that I outsource, the process for posting to the platform and tips for posting to help you get the right resource.
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