The health crisis and the repeated confinements have created such a lack of visibility that it becomes difficult to imagine for a young growing company to sign the famous 3 or 5 years lease which will assign it to the same office for at least 3 years, while it has no visibility on its activity and its workforce beyond 12 months. How can we imagine that a leader will still agree to stand as a personal guarantor with the manager for the payment of rents for his young growth over such a long horizon? At a time when all sectors of activity are disrupted by the digital situation and the innovation brought by a new generation of entrepreneurs, the rigidity of the office market cannot last any longer. Especially since it is accompanied by clauses such as the payment of commissions and deposits equivalent to 3 or 6 months of rent which operate an unbearable drain on the cash flow of companies.

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