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During the past few years of disruption, companies everywhere have had to rationalize their traditional office portfolios. Leveraging on-demand space has proven a key strategy to better serve an increasingly distributed workforce. Organizations that have moved in this direction are reaping powerful benefits, measured in the lower total cost of real estate and a happier, more engaged workforce.

T-Mobile is one of those companies. At WorkSpaces '23 in San Diego, Brennan Veys, Director of Corporate Real Estate Strategy and Future of Work, joined Mark Gilbreath, Founder and CEO of LiquidSpace, to reveal how on-demand space enabled T-Mobile to adapt in an age of flexible work. In the process, the company managed to cut 80 percent of its corporate real estate costs. Watch the video to discover exactly how they did it.



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