[Press Release] WeWork announces exclusive offers with Visa

To support businesses of all sizes to grow and navigate the future of workspace, WeWork announced its largest market-wide exclusive offers with Visa, presenting Visa Commercial Card holders with access to safe and flexible workspace across its extensive network in Hong Kong.

 

Visa Commercial Card holders in Hong Kong and Macau will benefit from Hot Desk membership or meeting room booking rewards, and special rate for joining new Dedicated Desk and Private Office memberships of WeWork. Moreover, leveraging WeWork’s diverse membership network and holistic business support, Visa Commercial Card holders can connect and collaborate with WeWork members to innovate and capture business opportunities.

 

“The collaboration between WeWork and Visa reinforces WeWork’s commitment to providing inspiring, flexible and safe workspace that helps businesses – small, medium and large enterprises –  thrive and transform for the future. Flexibility in workspace solutions has become the top priority for businesses as they navigate the new normal,” said Nancy Yip, Territory General Manager, WeWork Hong Kong and Taiwan. “We are thrilled to team up with Visa to meet the evolving needs of enterprises and empower them with our innovative workspace solutions which boost creativity, collaboration, efficiency and productivity. WeWork and Visa’s exclusive offers highlights a shared vision to build a more collaborative business ecosystem, and we are confident that the collaboration will foster more exchange and create synergy in the local community.” 

 

“We are excited to help businesses of all shapes and sizes, particularly SMEs and solopreneurs, thrive and grow their businesses with this Visa Commercial Card exclusive offer. With up to 50-percent discount, Visa cardholders can access WeWork’s extensive network of flexible workspace and business community in response to the changing business landscape,” said Maaike Steinebach, General Manager, Visa Hong Kong and Macau.

 

As always, WeWork together with other leading companies, is dedicated to empowering businesses to capture opportunities. Through the collaboration with Visa, WeWork will offer Visa Commercial Cards holders in Hong Kong and Macau a wide array of exclusive benefits and new membership offers at preferential rates, including:

-One-off three-day trial program, applicable to Hot Desk or meeting room reservation

-50% discount on a one-month Dedicated Desk membership, with a limited quota on a first-come-first-served basis

-Up to 30% discount and additional rewards on specific Private Office membership

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