Where are the key European co-working hotspots?

London, Paris and Stockholm are the top three European cities for co-working, according to a new report.

The study, compiled by Cushman & Wakefield, identified the cities by looking at factors including scale, business environment and people.

Dublin and Copenhagen were also among the top five. Other prominent cities were Munich, Berlin, Helsinki, Amsterdam and Madrid.

Globally, London and New York account for 22% of all co-working stock.