As industry leader WeWork toys with a potential $40 billion valuation, the benefits of co-working to most investors in the industry remain to be seen, however, the upside in terms of jobs for real estate professionals in the region are… Read More>>
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>>
A set of board level changes lead this week’s look at who’s changing places in Asia’s real estate world, as an Anbang executive appears to be exiting a roles as some of the mainland’s leading corporates, and Korea’s biggest pension… Read More>>
India, Dallas, Vietnam and Beijing all make it into today’s collection of headlines as we go regionwide to bring you all the latest deals. At the top of the news on the way to what could be a $1 billion… Read More>>
Chinese co-working startup Ucommune has launched a blockchain development platform, in a move to add a high-tech edge to its network of shared office spaces.
The new program, Ucommune Blockchain Lab, was inaugurated in Beijing on Monday. Member companies will… Read More>>
Leading today’s news roundup, the head of co-working provider Ucommune wants to take things to the next level, revealing that an IPO or buyout of China’s top flexible office firm could be on the horizon. Also in the headlines, Switzerland’s… 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>>
At the top of today’s new roundup, China’s CIITC Group has once again come to the rescue of a troubled overseas project as the state-run investment giant announces a European JV with scandal-plagued CEFC. And if joint ventures don’t light… Read More>>
China’s biggest co-working operator has finally opened shop in New York City – and it only took nine months, a legal settlement and a name change to get there.
Mao Daqing’s Ucommune, formerly known as UrWork, gave a series of… Read More>>
After achieving notoriety for having a name that may have too closely resembled the world’s biggest co-working operator, the Beijing-based shared office startup formerly known as UrWork now appears to be imitating the eating habits of Pac-Man as it feasts… Read More>>