WeWork expands municipal partnerships to provide flexible work solutions

WeWork has partnered with 11 cities around the world to support a flexible return to office.

The coworking company had previously entered into partnerships with the cities of Chicago, Miami, New York, Paris, San Francisco and Washington DC to navigate the immediate post-pandemic recovery, and has now renewed those agreements to ease the transition to the flexible work.

“As we continue our comeback, DC is proud to partner with WeWork on flexible solutions that make our city a great place to live, work and do business,” said Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. “Together, we’re adapting to real-time workplace trends and positioning DC as a leader in the future of work – whether in the office, working remotely, or anything in between.”

In addition to these cities, WeWork has also launched new partnerships with Boston, London, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Singapore that address potential roadblocks that can arise from adopting a distributed workforce and address them through to hybrid solutions.

The program will see WeWork work alongside city officials to reassess their workspaces and incorporate the right tools that make flexible working more tangible.

Through these partnerships, companies will have access to several incentives, including:

  • 50% off WeWork All Access for three months
  • One month free to a private WeWork office with a three-month commitment
  • Two months free in a private WeWork office with a six-month commitment

“The prosperity of our cities is directly tied to the success of the businesses within them, and WeWork is proud to continue to help build strong communities in an ever-changing world,” said Sandeep Mathrani, CEO and President of WeWork.