Ucommune, China’s largest co-working operator has finally gone public, but not through the IPO that it had touted for … Read more>>
For the third time in less than a year, IWG has opened flexible offices under the Signature brand in a Hong Kong space formerly occupied by embattled rival WeWork.
The hat-trick delivers 50,000 square feet (4,645 square metres) of flexible… Read More>>
The real estate sector got a push out of its tech lethargy on 16 November when former WeWork China head of innovation and technology, Dominic Penaloza, unveiled technology development studio REinvent, an incubator catering to the needs of the real… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s prime business districts continue to welcome expansion by the world’s largest full-service flexible workspace provider, as IWG is set to scoop up more spoils from the near collapse of former co-working giant WeWork.
The Switzerland-based office operator will… Read More>>
Beleaguered co-working operator WeWork raised some much needed cash on Thursday when it announced that it had sold a $200 million stake in its China division to a consortium led by Shanghai’s Trustbridge Partners.
Trustbridge is taking the lead among… Read More>>
Ucommune, China’s largest co-working operator has finally gone public, but not through the IPO that it had touted for more than two years, and at a valuation nearly one-quarter of its peak pricing, according to an announcement earlier this week.
WeWork continues to struggle in the world’s most expensive office market as Industry sources confirmed to Mingtiandi late this past week that the shared workspace provider has abandoned it fourth location in the city since late last year.
After having… Read More>>
The parent company of Regus has helped itself to a space in Hong Kong vacated by rival WeWork, as the balance of power shifts within the flexible office universe.
IWG, which owns Regus and four other flexible office brands, confirmed… Read More>>
WeWork has surrendered three lease commitments in Hong Kong as the US co-working giant continues to restructure its portfolio, according to a person with knowledge of the matter who spoke to Mingtiandi.
Mingtiandi understands that WeWork has surrendered its centre… Read More>>
Softbank has withdrawn its proposal to buy $3 billion in WeWork shares, following through on a letter to investors sent last month threatening a U-turn on the deal which gave it control of the troubled co-working pioneer.
The Japanese investment… Read More>>
Softbank has reportedly pulled back from buying $3 billion in WeWork shares from existing shareholders, citing legal investigations of the company’s management and a possible restructuring of the co-working giant’s China business.
The Japanese investment firm sent a letter to… Read More>>