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Huddle Room Metrics in Action: New York City Observations

Huddle Room Metrics in Action: New York City Observations

Commercial Observer recently posted their updated observations regarding meeting space integration and deployment. It's no surprise their findings closely match the metrics we're seeing worldwide: 

  • 35% of clients requested huddle room designs for four to six people
  • The utilization rate of small meeting rooms for two to seven people is about 20% higher than those for large and extra-large meeting rooms
  • Extra-small meeting rooms (up to two people) had the highest usage rate at 73%
  • Small meeting rooms (three to seven people) had the second highest usage rate at 64%
  • Large meeting rooms (eight to twelve people) had the third highest usage rate at 54%
  • Extra-large meeting spaces (13 or more people) had the lowest usage rate at 44%
  • Meeting spaces for four people were the most desired by corporate end-users

These observations really shouldn't come as much of a surprise, and they validate what we've been saying for some time now: the huddle room trend is real and it's accelerating

The complete article is available online

 

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