Office Evolution – the nation’s largest and fastest-growing coworking franchisor – ended the first half of 2020 with an expanding network, a growing member base, and an optimistic outlook for the rest of the year.
“Our continued growth despite the Covid-19 pandemic is a testament to our strong business model, the rising demand for our nationwide network of locally owned suburban locations, and the power of our Ohana – which is Hawaiian for ‘family’– culture,” stated Office Evolution CEO and founder Mark Hemmeter.
Since the start of 2020, Office Evolution has opened a total of nine new business centers, six of which have opened since the start of the pandemic. Covering regions across the U.S., Office Evolution added:
- Two new locations in Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs)
- One new location in Houston, Texas
- Three new locations in Florida (Tampa, Plantation and Jacksonville)
- One new location in Flowood, Mississippi
- One in Fishers, Indiana
- One in Bellevue, Washington
“Even during a pandemic, our members have been able to continue getting work done at our centers with the support and assistance of the Office Evolution community. We are seeing significant demand for our franchising opportunity and we continue to fill the niche for suburban workspace,” said Chief Marketing and Development Officer Andrea Pirrotti-Dranchak.
Today, Office Evolution has 72 locations open and operating throughout 25 states, as well as an extensive pipeline of 140 franchise locations sold and in various stages of development.