Jamie Dundas: The Impact of COVID on London’s Flexible Workspaces

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Hello everyone. For this episode, Bernie chats with Jamie Dundas, Founder of Monday Works who is also known for his fantastic parallel parking skills and more importantly as an advocate for independent and values-driven coworking spaces.

Bernie and Jamie will explore how Monday Works is conducting a series of surveys on behalf of The Mayor of London to determine the impact Covid is having on London’s flexible workspaces.

A snippet from the podcast:

– Location plays such an important role. But, it kind of plays an important role for whatever your model is and whatever you’re doing, it’s just. For the central workspaces.

It’s so vital that if you’re near transportation, your team should enter. For example, if you ask your team to meet three days a week, but you live in packing, but they meet in London, that’s quite social.

There’s also something around those workstations. They mentioned instances where being in a given geographical area is beneficial to a company. And then for local workspaces, yes. Walking to work and being – for example, having a local professional workplace that suits nicely with your flexible schedule and daycare is crucial.Ā (3.39)


Connect with Jamie and visit the websites mentioned on the podcast on the links below.


Jamie on Twitter

Monday Works on Instagram

The Refinery London

Friends in Coworking

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