After COVID-19: New Trends of the Hong Kong Office Market

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The spread of COVID-19 has triggered the world’s largest work-from-home exercise. The pandemic has tested workplace resilience and its ability to adapt to the challenges presented, raising the question of what it will look like when business resumes.

Hong Kong is one of the first cities that has managed to minimise the outbreak, meaning its employers and employees are the first to discover what this looks like in reality. In our latest Flash Report, we take a look at the office leasing sector and provide insights and recommendations around the opportunity for recentralisation, the new role of technology and workplace wellness becoming an expectation, not a value-add strategy.


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After COVID-19: New Trends of the Hong Kong Office Market

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