As companies continue to puzzle over how to return to offices, and to what degree they can compel workers in a tight labor market, there have been a number of developments in flex space marketplaces.

A new one is called TROT, which announced its online platform that will premier in the New York City market. The company said that "building owners can list available office spaces" while people in search for flexible office space "can easily browse a broad selection of locations, building classes and amenities to find a short-term space that works best for them."

"TROT allows businesses to find and book flexible office space that suits their evolving needs, building a relationship with owners," CEO David Menaged said in prepared remarks. "Our technology-driven approach offers owners and businesses a trusted marketplace that unifies the way flex space will be marketed, managed and booked."

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