In The Loop: OYO, WeWork In LATAM, Niche Coworking, And More

Hospitality unicorn OYO launched its first PowerStation by OYO coworking space in Bengaluru and plants to expand across India before the end of the year

OYO Launches a Coworking Brand
The hospitality unicorn company, OYO, officially launched its coworking brand, Powerstation by  OYO, Inc42 reported this week. The first PowerStation location is already open in Pioneer Square in Gurugram. OYO plans to expand its coworking brand to Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad before the end of the year. The company plans to operate three different coworking brands; Workflo, PowerStation, and Innov8.


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WeWork Set to Go to Costa Rica
The coworking giant has announced that it will open its first location in Costa Rica before the end of the year, the Costa Rica Star reported this week. According to the report, WeWork will then expand its footprint to the Central American market. The first Costa Rica WeWork location will have the capacity to welcome around 2,000 people.

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Niche Coworking
Allwork.Space writer, Gemma Church, lays down the niche coworking spaces gaining popularity across different markets in a recent Commercial Cafe post.  Check out the niche spaces that are standing out from the competition and giving generic workspaces a run for their money.

Top European Cities for Coworking
Cushman & Wakefield recently released its Europe Coworking Hotspot Index, which was created to identify where coworking across Europe is going next. The top cities for coworking in Europe include London, Paris, Stockholm, Dublin, Copenhagen, and more. Check them out here.

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