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"Offices are really going to be built around what they're meant to be built around, which is collaboration."
We asked real estate experts what they see for the future of office work during and after the pandemic. Read senior finance reporter Ben Bergman's interview and join us tomorrow for a free event exploring the future of office life.
Meanwhile, Reddit closed its long-running forum on 'The Donald' over hate speech concerns and video game streaming service Twitch temporarily took down the president's channel today.
Spotify is expanding its real-time lyric transcriptions into 26 markets worldwide.
Offices will be bigger and oriented around creating community, brands will have dozens of stores instead of thousands, and cities will provide incentives to lure employees rather than companies. Read more predictions from real estate experts >>
She's the founder of Poo~Pourri and Supernatural cleaning supplies. She also experienced some of life's lowest lows — poverty, sexual and domestic abuse, depression, bankruptcies and a suicide attempt. Hear Suzy Batiz's journey and advice on this week's Behind Her Empire podcast. Listen here >>
Join us at 11:00 a.m. PST on Tuesday, June 30th for the next dot.LA Strategy Session in partnership with HelloOffice. How much work will stay remote and how will offices adapt? We'll speak with panelists from Fifth Wall, TEAMWERC and HelloOffice to find out. Read more and register here >>
Our next startup pitch showcase is coming up at 11:00 a.m. PST on Thursday, July 2nd. Leading real estate news source Inman's founder Brad Inman will join us, along with Zillow and dot.LA co-founder Spencer Rascoff. Register to watch here