WeWork, the world’s largest community company, has something big planned out for the Chinese market. As a part of their deeper dive into the country, the office-sharing giant is introducing its startup-focused program WeWork Labs to China to help the growth and global expansion of Chinese up and comers.

“WeWork is very committed to China. We think that there are a few things very relevant to China. One is the revamping of mass entrepreneurship innovation policy, the other is the timing of China’s 40th anniversary of opening up combined with the transformation from Made in China to Create in China, which is the biggest story,” Roee Adler, global head of WeWork Labs told TechNode.

WeWork Labs gathers promising early-stage startups and provides them with working space, community and mentorship. Collaborative and flexible in nature, the program will offer a range of courses and training sessions for entrepreneurs from all industries and backgrounds, everything from accounting and marketing to hiring and pitching future investors.

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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.