Adding to the pain of the We Company’s IPO fail in September, the parent firm of shared workspace provider WeWork revealed in an investor presentation this week that its losses reached $1.25 billion in the third quarter of this year.
Soho 3Q, the loss-making flexible office unit of developer Soho China, is reported to have sold a portfolio of 11 co-working centres in Beijing and Shanghai for an undisclosed amount, according to a local media account.
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Mainland co-working operator Ucommune is said to have filed for an initial public offering with the US securities regulator and is targeting a public listing before the end of the year, according to media reports.
The Beijing-based shared office unicorn,… Read More>>
WeWork has proven to be a game-changing business – at least for deposed CEO Adam Neumann.
Under the terms of a bailout package put together by Softbank, the WeWork founder will be receiving around $1.7 billion in compensation in return… Read More>>
Weeks after the failure of what had been expected to one of 2019’s biggest initial public offerings, WeWork is reported to be scrambling for a multi-billion dollar bailout package as media reports indicate the office sharing giant could run out… Read More>>
WeWork’s planned IPO won’t work, appears to be the decision of the shared office giant’s new leadership, which announced late Monday that the We Company was withdrawing its application for an initial public offering.
“We have decided to postpone our… Read More>>
“Never settle,” is reportedly the first inspiring slogan to adorn the walls at WeWork, a company which CEO Adam Neumann, built into an empire spanning 111 cities.
Now the entrepreneur hailed as a visionary as the We Company prepared for… Read More>>
After the parent company of WeWork failed in its attempt to launch an IPO this month and the startup’s valuation was reported to slide by as much as 75 percent, Japan’s Softbank is now reported to have joined a shareholder… Read More>>
The aftermath of the decision one week ago by the We Company, the parent firm of WeWork, to postpone its initial public offering continues to be examined in the international press, in board rooms and coffee shops as markets sort… Read More>>
While WeWork’s IPO fiasco continues to shake the co-working universe, the world’s largest serviced office provider has announced that it has begun making available franchise opportunities under its Regus and Spaces brands in Hong Kong.
IWG, which started operating flexible… Read More>>