Tag Archives: IWG
WeWork faces new lawsuit from NYC landlord; IWG is optimistic about the future; and CBRE reports strong financial earnings in Q1 2021.
May 1, 2021
Jonathan Price concludes a three-part series on how to value a flexible workspace company. He also takes a closer look at the questionable valuation of WeWork, and how it was able to persuade bankers that it was worth $96 billion.
April 27, 2021
In The Loop: WeWork Israel Turns To Franchise, IWG Fails To Get Out Of Lease, And More Industry News
WeWork Israel to adopt franchise business model; Regus fails to get out of a $90 million lease; and JLL expects management agreements to grow in popularity.
April 17, 2021
IWG has long understood that in ‘difficult’ and under-served locations, good office space is at a premium. Jonathan Price explores the advantages of taking an “unblinkered” approach to expansion – and why franchises could be the best way to do it.
April 15, 2021
Knotel’s former CEO criticizes new company owners; IWG and Premier Workspaces plan for growth over the next few years.
April 10, 2021
WeWork’s merger with BowX Acquisition Corp, is good news for landlords; IWG signs workplace deal with Nestle.
April 3, 2021
This week in coworking: Hulu drops trailer for WeWork documentary; Newmark inches closer to acquiring Knotel; and IWG signs franchise agreement in Malaysia.
March 20, 2021
Adam Neumann to leave WeWork’s Board; CBRE aquires majority stake in Industrious; and IWG takes over former WeWork location in Hong Kong.
February 27, 2021
World’s Largest Flexible Space Provider, Iwg, Launches New Office Retail Concept To Meet Surging Demand For Hybrid Workforce
IWG launches new retail concept, which is a retail-focused model set in mixed-use locations in suburban and rural markets.
February 22, 2021
IWG takes majority stake in The Wing; The Executive Centre expands in India; and the future of the coworking model.
February 13, 2021
IWG has long been undervalued, but this could be about to change, says industry investment expert Jonathan Price. Here, Price analyses the company’s long-term franchise strategy and “war chest” of capital, and why it could be in line for a significant re-rating.
February 9, 2021
IWG announces future office closures, WeWork sues Denver landlord, and Common Desk announces partnership with Granite Properties.
January 23, 2021
Standard Chartered recently announced an agreement with IWG to allow the bank’s 95,000 staff the freedom to work from any of IWG’s 3,500 worldwide locations. Jonathan Price explores the magnitude of this deal, and whether it could be a harbinger of great things to come for the flexible space industry.
January 18, 2021
IWG plc has launched a major bond issue to finance expansion, demonstrating confidence in the long term demand for flexible space. Jonathan Price discusses the company’s expansion plans, which includes acquisitions in multiple locations including the UK and “other potential deals in Europe, Asia and the US.”
December 8, 2020