Research policy

Our aim is to provide a rich and robust source of information for all our users and create a database that will become a valuable platform for further research. As that collection of comparative data grows, we aim to develop a resounding reputation for supporting relevant, timely, and visionary research on how people are working in the spaces provided for them. So, if you are an academic and would like to crunch some of our numbers, do get in touch and outline your areas of interest. But we will at all times remain entirely independent and impartial, and will never enter into any affiliations or agreements with other organisations that could compromise the integrity of our work, prejudice our impartiality in any way or compromise the confidentiality of the clients whose information we hold.