WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP
WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP

Shared office space giant IWG takes up rival WeWork’s vacated space at Harbour City, TST, as competitors withdraw from Hong Kong

  • It is the second time this year the Swiss flexible workspace giant has swooped on a space vacated by its American rival as it bets on Hong Kong
  • IWG’s expansion is in preparation for a time when the pandemic is over but businesses remain cautious of allocating more capital for office space, say analysts

Topic |   Office rental
WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP
WeWork, headquartered in New York, has been giving up its spaces in Hong Kong, and presently has eight locations. Photo: AFP
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