Looking for a co-working space in Shanghai? Check out these spots.

Co-working in China is in full bloom thanks to the changes in the way people work and its potential to connect Chinese and foreign firms. The rising popularity of co-working spaces is also being confirmed with the influx of capital. As the market shifts to maturity, we are bound to see more differentiation with spaces catering to specialized needs—and that is great news for users.

Beijing has a fast-developing co-working scene. Zhang Peng, Chief Strategy Officer of URWork, said at an even in September 2017 that 3% of Beijing office space is now made up of co-working hubs.

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