How Web3 Companies Are Filling the Void Left by WeWork's Bankruptcy


17 Nov 2023 3:30 PM

Web3-focused flexible working spaces are emerging in the UK and Hong Kong, unruffled by the collapse of WeWork earlier this month....

  • WeWork filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, leaving a gap in the coworking industry.
  • WeWork's approach of collecting all membership fees and taking out long-term property leases exposed them to short-term risks.
  • Other coworking companies, like Serendipity Labs, are building spaces in inner city regions instead of major urban centers.
  • The demand for coworking spaces remains steady, and the failure of WeWork is not expected to impact it significantly.
  • There may be an increasing demand for Web3-focused flexible working spaces after the UK and Hong Kong embraced Web3.
  • Companies like Huckletree and Oosh Tech Lab are offering flexible Web3 working spaces.
  • These spaces may be crucial for making Web3 products more user-friendly.

The article discusses the collapse of WeWork and the impact on the coworking industry. It also highlights the demand for flexible working spaces and the emergence of Web3-focused spaces. Overall, the sentiment is neutral.

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