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As shared office spaces continue to spring up in the UK’s entrepreneurial hubs, Adam Neumann, CEO and co-founder of co-working platform WeWork, explains his company’s holistic approach to community working, and how it can foster creativity and boost productivity for small businesses.

Interview: Why are so many startups choosing co-working spaces?
 
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The government has put forward a proposal that seeks to cut down on the amount of freelancers avoiding tax by policing the businesses that employ them.

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