Co-working spaces in China are usually related to the concepts of entrepreneurialism and startups. This may be because it rose to popularity in the wake of the startup boom. But as the emerging working model becomes mainstream, more large and medium-sized companies are jumping onto the bandwagon to benefit from the new style of office management. naked Hub, the Shanghai-based network co-working space, is one of the companies that’s leading the way.

naked Hub @Xintiandi

In Xintiandi—a landmark entertainment area in the heart of downtown Shanghai—naked Hub launched last week its flagship location, a four-floor property of spaces, hot desks, open offices, and meeting rooms that have been designed to meet the taste of “Hubbers”. As the eighth addition to the coworking network, naked Hub Xintiandi has all the trimmings of a typical co-working space, only much, much nicer. All kinds of facilities from a meditation space, fitness area, wine tasting, and chess facilities are offered to keep with the co-working vibe.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.