WeWork is partnering with the city of San Francisco in order to encourage businesses to adopt a hybrid model to help boost post-pandemic recovery.
The partnership aims to provide resources that will help businesses return to work. For instance, members of San Francisco’s Chamber of Commerce will receive one month off of dedicated space when making a six-month commitment, or two months off when agreeing to a 12-month commitment.
Additionally, members will be provided with a discounted WeWork All Access membership for up to three months.
“San Francisco’s workforce brings vibrancy to our streets, foot traffic to our merchant corridors, and support of local small businesses,” said Rodney Fong, president and CEO of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
Over the past year, WeWork has announced similar partnerships with cities such as Miami, New York and Washington, D.C.
“A hybrid approach has proven instrumental in facilitating a return to the office for many companies, especially small businesses, to foster economic recovery,” said Sandeep Mathrani, CEO at WeWork.