Hospitality company Accor has announced its plan to include 1,200 coworking spaces within its hotels for WOJO, formerly known as Nextdoor, by 2022.
WOJO is a joint-venture between Accor and Bouygues Immobilier that began in July of 2017.
“A personalized welcome, premium services, a friendly atmosphere and designer spaces are all essential features covered by our expertise,” said Stephane Bensimon, CEO of WOJO. “Through our new range of spaces, we are now able to meet a key customer need: combining the quality of work life with mobility. WOJO will offer three different products and experiences to deliver the broadest range of coworking solutions in the industry.”
WOJO Spots will offer workers the option to set up shop at either the bar, a restaurant, or in the lobby and is much more personalized and flexible.
WOJO Corners are dedicated coworking spaces that are made strictly for work without any interruptions. They will open across train stations, airports, and shopping malls for locals and other coworking customers.
WOJO Sites provides clients with an “all in one” coworking solution. It is a stand-old workspace that offers workstations, communal areas, meeting rooms, and dedicated offices. Unlike Spots and Corners, Sites allows members to rent offices and have a more solidified position within the coworking space.
Currently, there are 10 WOJO sites in Ile-de-France and Lyon and it is expected to expand to 50 locations across Europe in the next three years.
This rollout establishes Accor’s dedication to providing a seemingly unlimited hospitable experience for its consumers.