WeWork’s shared office space in the Tower 535 at Jaffe Road, in August 2016. The start-up is rethinking its operations in Hong Kong, as demand for its flexible offices takes a massive hit because of a slowing economy. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus could be beginning of end for WeWork in Hong Kong as start-up indefinitely delays opening three branches

  • The operator of shared office space had planned to open in Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui and Kowloon Bay last year, but these plans have been pushed back
  • Company says its top priority is to ensure that its members have a safe working environment across its global operations
Topic |   Hong Kong economy
WeWork’s shared office space in the Tower 535 at Jaffe Road, in August 2016. The start-up is rethinking its operations in Hong Kong, as demand for its flexible offices takes a massive hit because of a slowing economy. Photo: Sam Tsang
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