[Press Release] WeWork launches new “All Access” membership for businesses to unlock opportunities in the Greater Bay Area

WeWork, the world’s leading flexible office space provider, announced the launch of WeWork All Access membership in Hong Kong, for businesses to access a number of WeWork locations across various markets in the region including spaces in the Greater Bay Area. As part of WeWork’s dedication to evolve its offerings and empower businesses to thrive by leveraging flexible workspace solutions, the new All Access membership offers exceptional flexibility for businesses to stay productive with great convenience and efficiency in the new normal.

Starting from 1 December 2020, members subscribing to the WeWork All Access solution can flexibly select a location and reserve a workspace through WeWork member’s portal. Benefitting from the regional scale of the WeWork locations, members can gain access to safe, clean, flexible and productive workspace, as well as tapping into the diverse network of WeWork community to connect with other businesses and gain business support that is truly important to them.

Nancy Yip, Territory General Manager, WeWork Hong Kong and Taiwan, said, “WeWork is committed to creating values for businesses of all sizes in Hong Kong, including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large enterprises, supporting their growth with our innovative products. Now more than ever, we recognize businesses of all sizes need more flexibility and options. With WeWork All Access product offering, members have unparalleled optionality amongst WeWork’s locations to work at a space that is most convenient to them – whether it is in Hong Kong or beyond, including major cities in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for talents and businesses to explore the business potentials by leveraging the GBA-focused initiatives. Through this new offering, WeWork will provide our members with the flexibility and efficiency that they need to stay productive, agile and focused as they venture into new markets in the new normal.”

 

Perfect for businesses with mobile or distributed teams and require frequent business travels, the new monthly WeWork All Access membership enables members to work at WeWork spaces closer to their home or business activities, reducing commute time with convenient locations across the region, including Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shanghai and Beijing. Available from single users to large-scale enterprises with over 100 memberships, members can enjoy a wide array of benefits including access to flexible workspace, unique common areas, private phone booths and functional conference rooms, as well as holistic business amenities such as high-speed Wi-Fi and business-class printers. The WeWork Community team will provide professional support for businesses at the safe and hygienic workspace that offer peace-of-mind and comfort at work.

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