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THE SLIDE DECK CONTAINS FOLLOWING RESULTS:

Income streams & expenses of coworking spaces:
- Percentages of income streams of a coworking space
- Percentages of coworking spaces that generate certain types of income streams
- Percentages of expenses of a coworking space
- Percentages of coworking spaces that generate certain types of expenses
- Ages of coworking spaces when they broke even
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General comparison of profitability by:
- Year
- Number of members
- Ages of coworking spaces
- Size (in square meters)
- Time committed by founder, co-founder or owner in running a coworking space (part-time v full-time)
- Business model
- Business approach
- Share of different types of workspaces
- Estimated profitability of coworking spaces nearby - by year
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Comparison of profitability by share of income from:
- Renting desks
- Renting private offices
- Renting meeting spaces
- Selling combined membership plans
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Comparison of profitability by share of layout of:
- Open workspaces
- Private offices
- Meeting spaces
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Comparison of profitability by location:
- By number of inhabitants per location (city or town)
- By number of other coworking spaces nearby (in the same city or town)
- By number of other coworking spaces nearby in the same city with ≧1 million inhabitans
- By reported saturation at a location
- By reported saturation at a location (reported by coworking spaces with ≧ 50 competitors nearby in cities with ≧ 1 million inhabitants
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Comparison of profitability by reported challenges with:
- Attracting new members
- Not enough workspace
- General workload
- Adminstrative tasks
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Comparison of profitability by gender of owner:
- Profitability by gender of owner or founder
- General comparison of characteristics of a coworking space by gender of owner or founder
- in €-countries
- in the USA
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Comparison of profitability by marketing activity - profitability by:
- Community-building activity
- SEO activity
- Social & online media activity
- Participating in coworking visa programs
- Offering referral programs
- Offering discounts to specific groups (e.g. students)
- Offering free trials or "free coworking" days
- Advertising activity
- Events for potential members
- Events with other coworking spaces
- Working in a coworking association
- Offering free trials or "free coworking" days
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Comparison of profitabilty of mature for-profit coworking spaces  
= For-profit coworking spaces that need to be profitable on their own as part of their business model and are at least one year old - comparison of profitability by

- Expenses
- Challenges with the real estate market
- Income streams
- Layout
- Expansion plans
- Average values of basic characterics
- Number of members
- Size in square meters
- Ratio members to desks
- Size of location (by number of inhabitants of a location)
- Share of income from renting desks, private offices & meeting spaces
- Income of owner or founder (compared to the average income of a country)
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PROFITABILITY OF COWORKING SPACES
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Can operators become rich with coworking spaces, or are their businesses just burning up money? It depends. The latter is clearly easier than the former. Be prepared, and study the differences between profitable and unprofitable coworking spaces. Receive 74 slides with more than 200 results (13MB).

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