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By Cliff Kuang | 03-31-2010 | 11:24 AM
Mobile offices are up in several places in the world—firms that use them include Interpolis, the Dutch insurance giant, Nokia, and Accenture, the tech-consulting firm. The primary draw is economic: On any given day, only 40-50% of a typical office is filled, due to sickness or travel or vacation. That translates to wasted money on real estate. “Macquarie realized they could scale back the office size, but build a better office,” says Wilkinson.