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IWG flexible working franchise a first for AfricaFlexible workspace provider, IWG plc this week announced plans for a large-scale rollout of its franchise offering for flexible workspaces in a further 14 countries in Africa. At the helm is Mo Nanabhay, who led the franchise start-up and successful launch of both the Pick n Pay and Sasol franchise concept in South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa. This, in an industry where the demand for flexible workspace is set to grow by 30% annually for the next five years according to Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL). 4 Jul 2019 Read more

5 signs you may be ready for a rebrandFrom Absa to the SABC and this week, John Deere SSA's rebranding - we often see the need for and impact of established brands choosing to differentiate themselves with a new brand name, visual identity, positioning and vision. Whether it's to escape the past, or to catapult a brand into the future, creating a corporate image that attracts and connects with your customer, is key. But how do you know whether you need a rebrand? 29 May 2019 Read more

'Businesses that fail to become agile will not survive,' says IWG CEO Mark DixonIn our increasingly complex world, flexible working is shown to retain staff and help boost the bottom line 27 May 2019 Read more

Flexible working hours to contribute $10tn to global economy by 2030
  • Flexible working will save businesses money, reduce costs and boost productivity, causing a ripple effect across entire economies
  • The US could see an economic boost of as much as $4.5tn annually
  • China could see the greatest gross value add (GVA) increase of 193%
  • A rise in flexible working also benefits individuals, set to save people 3.53 billion hours of commuting time by 2030 31 Oct 2018 Read more

  • When working from home is not all it's cut out to beAround the world, there are fewer woman entrepreneurs than males. Why do you think that is? Well, for many reasons really: motherhood, social expectations, religious customs, lack of opportunity, fear of failure and funding, to mention but a few. 16 Aug 2018 Read more


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