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WeWork has expanded and will be opening new offices in Shenzhen as part of its growth trajectory in entering the South China market.

WeWork CCSS opens September 1st at Zhongxin Road, Houhai, in Nanshan District, where it provides local and international talents with pioneering technology and a uniquely designed office environment.

“As the centre of the global tech industry and engine for the construction of the Greater Bay Area Shenzhen marks as an important hub for the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. Fast attracting the most advanced innovation and talents, WeWork will also hold strategic significance as it will now help to provide greater service and support needed for China’s creators,” said Alan Ai, general manager
of WeWork Greater China in a press statement.

“Through its already mature global platform and community resources, WeWork’s launch in Shenzhen will help create stronger foundations for supporting the developments between Guangzhou and Shenzhen made possible through the development and valuable resources of the Greater Bay Area. By supporting China’s continuous reform and district growth, we are confident that WeWork’s presence will also thrive greatly amidst the economic development and modernisation of the state governance.”

WeWork was founded in 2010 in New York, and now provides collaborative spaces and interactive community services in 283 offices to more than 253,000 members from 22 countries in 75 cities around the world. WeWork China launched in 2016.

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