After two years of operating and expanding its Asian operation to 123 centres in nine countries, New York-based co-working provider WeWork believes its brand power and client demand has prepared it to begin partnering with landlords to supply the region’s… Read More>>
The race to open new co-working centres in Hong Kong reached another milestone last week when IWG-owned Spaces debuted its second new venue in the city within the last month.
The 37,500 square foot (3,483 square metre) Spaces Wai Yip… Read More>>
Co-working provider Spaces is opening five new locations in Singapore by the end of next year, taking its holdings in the country from a single site to half of a dozen shared office centres as rising rents and changing work… Read More>>
Regus has launched a new location in Singapore’s Jurong East business district, as the biggest flexible office provider in the city-state continues to build up its network.
Regus, a brand of London-based IWG, now has a total platform of 385,000… Read More>>
A cross-border hospitality deal leads today’s news roundup, with Minor International, operator of 22 hotels in Thailand, buying a major stake in a 382-property European hotel chain. Also in the headlines, a pair of Chinese construction firms once blacklisted by… Read More>>
As $20 billion co-working startup WeWork expands into Southeast Asia, the company behind the world’s biggest serviced office operator is ramping up its flexible workplace presence in Singapore.
Spaces, the co-working arm of European flexible office giant IWG, which also… Read More>>
Asian cross-border capital flows are at the top of the news again today, as Hong Kong-based CLSA is moving into Europe by partnering with a London-based asset management player. Singapore’s acquisitive sovereign wealth fund is making a slightly shorter trip… Read More>>