Background: The 2019 Global Coworking Survey ran online from January 24, 2019 to March 18, 2019. 2668 people filled in the questionnaire. The final results are analyzed using IBM SPSS, and are checked using quality standards to remove bots or fake participants. Those respondents are not considered in the analysis nor in the counting of participants.
Participants by groups: coworking spaces (operators or staff members): N=1240, coworking members: N=879, planned/future coworking spaces: N=137. Remaining participants are either former coworking members or people who have never worked in a coworking space.
32% of the respondents came from North America, 30% from Europe, 19% from Asia, 12% from South America, 4% from Africa and 3% from Oceania (mainly Australia).
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The 2019 Global Coworking Survey is officially supported by the following organizations:
Distribution partners: CoworkingResources - a consultancy tool for coworking spaces / Included.co - a platform to provide business-boosting perks to coworking spaces & their members / IndyHall - a coworking space in Philadelphia
Official Supporters: Coworking Switzerland, German Coworking Federation, Sneed India, TopCoworks India, Office RnD UK, Hubud Indonesia, No Office Work Portugal, Kisi USA, ImpactHub Taipei, Pickspace Israel, SpaceCubed Australia, LeadSpace Nigeria, AgoraRDM USA, Coworking Croatia, Satellite DeskWorks USA, St. Oberholz Germany, Amp Canada,Wexelwirken Germany, WellCoworking Italy, GorillaSpace Singapore, LottoCinque Italy, Coworking Frauenfeld Switzerland, Coworking Library Germany/USA, Business Link Poland.
The Global Coworking Survey is financed through two sources:
Firstly, the main supporters financially support the conduct of the survey. They also allow a basic analysis which is available for free. They do not influence the analysis or the results. They are only shown and linked in the publishing for their support. Thanks to them!
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