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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>>
Ucommune, WeWork’s biggest rival in mainland China, is reportedly planning to raise as much as $200 million in a US IPO next year, as the loss-making mainland co-working player continues to raise new capital.
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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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