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For the third year running, Deskmag today launches the Annual Global Coworking Survey, examining the international coworking movement. The survey, which is taken by coworkers, non-coworkers, and space operators alike, aims to understand various facets of the international coworking movement in order to support and encourage sustainable growth. Last year, Deskmag collected data from over 1,500 respondents, making it the world’s largest survey dedicated to coworking.
By Carsten Foertsch - Monday, 22 October 2012

The third of its kind, this survey www.coworkingsurvey.com will provide invaluable insight into the movement that continues to grow at an exceptional rate. It will shed light on the development and evolution of various topics within the industry, drawing comparisons from last year’s data.

In addition, the third survey will focus on levels of hard and soft collaboration that take place within coworking spaces workspaces, a topic yet to be thoroughly explored and one that is of interest to coworkers and operators everywhere.

While all responses are anonymous, information on the place of residents of participants will once again allow Deskmag to compare the development of coworking in different regions. It is anticipated that this information will allow a deeper understanding to coworking spaces’ success, and contribute to the sustainable growth of the movement.

Win information and your logo in our booklet of results

Naturally, the more respondents, the more representative the data that is collected, and the more thorough the analysis. For this reason, Deskmag is inviting all coworking spaces, organisations and institutions to support the survey by circulating it through their channels and including it in a newsletter to their communities.

Those interested in supporting the survey should send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with their logo and a copy of the newsletter to their members including a link to the survey. Their logo will then be included in the booklet of results and the advertisement on Deskmag, as well as their name and link to their page listed at the end of the first article published about the results.

The survey will run for 2 weeks, and the initial analysis will be presented at the Coworking Europe Conference


To participate in the survey, visit www.coworkingsurvey.com. To support the survey, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the company’s logo and a copy of the newsletter.

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