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>>
Ucommune, the flexible office provider formerly known as UrWork, has acquired co-working rival Woo Space in the startup’s latest expansion play — boosting Ucommune’s valuation to $1.7 billion, the company announced.
China’s biggest co-working space provider informed Mingtiandi that the… 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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The Chinese co-working startup formerly known as UrWork, has reportedly leased a full floor at Grand Millennium Plaza in Sheung Wan, preparing to open its first shared office centre just minutes away from Hong Kong’s Central business hub.
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At the top of the news today, China’s biggest co-working operator decided to start the new year out with a new name after tangling with its North American rival over pronouns and trademarks. South Korea investors also show up with… Read More>>
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>>
China’s wave of homecoming listings appears to have officially ended as development colossus Country Garden shelves plan for a Shanghai IPO. Also in the news today, mainland investors are helping Xi Jinping line the belt and road with warehouses, and… 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>>
Chinese co-working startup UrWork is bringing its flexible office model to Los Angeles County this month, marking its first centre in the US as a legal battle disrupts the company’s planned New York debut.
UrWork has announced it will open… Read More>>
The battle for dominance in the global co-working market is heating up and for Beijing-based provider UrWork the contest with its US rival WeWork could be turning into a grudge match.
WeWork issued a statement on Friday seeming to claim… Read More>>