Technology Trends Spotlight: Rightsizing and Reshoring

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JLL experts from Research, Markets Advisory, Work Dynamics and Consulting discuss trends impacting the technology industry. In this webinar, we focus on two key trends that were featured in the research report, Technology Trends to Watch in 2024.
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Rightsizing real estate for optimal outcomes

Leading companies frequently evaluate their real estate footprints, now focusing on creating flexible spaces that quickly adapt to shifts in the market and workforce. Top-performing tech offices balance collaboration and focus spaces to drive productivity and talent retention. Additionally, tech businesses are leasing more space in anticipation of future growth, reflecting post-pandemic changes in space needs.

Leveraging location strategy

Location strategy is not just about supply chain or logistics. Business leaders are considering properties based on a number of factors, especially cost of operations and talent resources. Companies are favoring locations that balance workforce and revenue goals. To navigate location and real estate footprint decisions effectively, business leaders are reviewing innovation geographies, analyzing space utilization data and evaluating sustainability initiatives.

Incentives impact reshoring

Reshoring, largely fueled by the CHIPS Act and local government incentives, is influencing relocations and new construction across the tech sector. Companies like Intel are making significant investments domestically, aiming to increase domestic manufacturing capacity and workforce potential over the next decade.

Key takeaways

These trends underscore the need for business leaders to knowledgeably navigate the rapidly changing dynamics in tech industry real estate. Whether developing or refitting space for workforce changes, leveraging location strategy and portfolio optimization tools, accessing incentives, tech businesses are scaling strategically – a little closer to home.


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