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.
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.
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While some of its domestic competitors show signs of stumbling, Chinese co-working giant Ucommune has raised RMB 200 million ($29.8 million) in a round backed by a real estate affiliate of Chinese industrial conglomerate Beijing Xingpai Group, according to information… Read More>>
Chinese co-working giant Ucommune announced on Wednesday that it has raised its biggest tranche of new capital ever, bringing in $200 million to further accelerate the expansion of its global footprint, according to a company statement.
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Chinese co-working giant Ucommune continued its 2018 expansion streak by fully acquiring its Shanghai-based rival Fountown, adding 26 locations in Beijing and Shanghai to its mainland portfolio.
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Chinese co-working startup Ucommune announced this week that it has raised RMB 300 million ($43.5 million) in its latest blow in the battle for Asia co-working hegemony.
This new round of funding gives Ucommune a valuation of $1.8 billion and… Read More>>
Chinese flexible office operator Ucommune has announced a strategic merger with Shanghai-based rival Workingdom, marking the fourth such tie-up by the fast-growing startup this year.
Ucommune said last week it had agreed to invest in and merge with Workingdom, which… Read More>>
Chinese co-working startup Ucommune, formerly known as UrWork, is now valued at over RMB 9 billion ($1.4 billion) following a new investment of RMB 110 million ($17 million) from an existing backer, according to the company’s official Wechat account.
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Beijing-based URWork has raised RMB 300 million ($46 million) from a trio of mainland investment firms in a series C funding round that values the mainland co-working provider at RMB 9 billion ($1.3 billion), according to a recent announcement by… Read More>>
Hotels, hospitals and apartments dominate today’s real estate stories from around the region as Singapore’s best-known resort operator decides to open its first resort in its home city, a co-living operator reveals a mainland expansion plan, and a Shenzhen-based developer… Read More>>