In The Loop: The WSJ Follows-Up On Allwork.Space Articles, 2018 Global Coworking Forecast & More

2018 Global Coworking Forecast
The Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC) published recently the 2018 global coworking forecast.

The Wall Street Journal Follows Up On Allwork.Space Articles

Following several articles published on Allwork.Space regarding WeWork poaching other workspace operators’ clients and their questionable approach towards acquiring new members, The Wall Street Journal itself pursued the topic.

Read the WSJ “WeWork, No Longer in a Sharing Mood, Hunts for New Tenants on Rivals’ Turf” here.

Below are the Allwork.Space original articles, written a couple months back:

Desperate Times Call For Desperate Measures: How Low Will WeWork Go?

Is WeWork Cannibalizing The Industry With The Classic Bait-And-Switch Tactic?

WeWork Poaching Episode 3: The One Where They Go After A Coworking Space Owner

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2018 Global Coworking Forecast

Curious about how much coworking will continue to grow in the new year? GCUC recently published its 2018 Global Coworking Forecast, predicting that China will become the world’s largest coworking market and that India will become one of the world’s largest coworking markets by 2022.

Read the full GCUC 2018 Global Coworking Forecast here.

Spaces To Open First Location In Hollywood

Regus’ coworking brand, Spaces, has signed its first deal in Hollywood, The Real Deal reported earlier this week. The Dutch coworking company “will take over the recently renovated 61,000-square-foot Class A office building at 1899 N. Vine Street”, the article reads.
Read more about Spaces’ upcoming Hollywood location here.