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Wind the clock back before Covid-19 arrived on our doorstep when New Zealand’s economy was in overdrive. Businesses of all sizes were embracing workplace flexibility, working from home was still the exception not the rule, and the flexible workspace sector was in expansion mode around the country.

Cue the pandemic.

Now, more than 12 months later, it’s a vastly different scenario.

“The industry was dramatically affected by the pandemic in the short term, primarily due to the flexible nature of customer contracts which are typically short term – the first ones

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