The sharing economy was gaining momentum until the world faced a global pandemic and found that the best protection of life and health was isolation. On the other hand, it is believed that sharing is firmly rooted in the preferences of citizens, and the desire for a better quality of life, especially in the face of falling incomes will further encourage sharing, while co-coordinating will become particularly popular in a world where employers and employees appreciated the opportunity to work remotely, abandoning fixed offices. How CO-" projects will develop, their profitability and risks will be discussed by the session experts.
Topics for discussion:
- Co-working and co-living in the world of COVID. How co-working and co-living have proven themselves in the world of isolation. Overview of foreign markets and the situation in Russia
- Two capitals co-residential market of Moscow and St. Petersburg: current projects, announced opening plans
- On a national scale: how are the sharing projects outside Moscow and St. Petersburg developing? Promising cities, segments, target audiences
- Benefits for the investor: what dynamics does the existing sharing real estate projects show?
- Entry at the design stage, construction, availability: price and reliability difference
- Between classic office and co-covorking: what is more profitable for the investor? In which locations co-workings will bring profit. Payback period of the projects?
- Virus-corrected co-living: PM and FM with lockdown in mind.
- Investments in construction, payback of projects, risks
- How not to lose profits in sharing projects