The co-working industry has exploded in Asia and it’s currently the fastest-growing market globally.
Not surprisingly, private investors and developers alike try to profit from this new market, and the supply of co-working spaces increases steadily.
It’s not strange, as it’s said that 30% of office space will be co-working spaces in Asia by 2030. Thus, co-working is not a temporary trend, but here to stay long-term.
In this article, you’ll learn the following
- What is a co-working space?
- The co-working space business model
- The co-working space market in Asia
- How much can I earn when investing in co-working spaces?
- List of co-working Spaces by Country and Region
What is a co-working space?
Co-working spaces are started by individuals or companies who buy or lease office space and other types of premises, such as residential buildings and villas.
The same as it goes with co-living spaces, the founders sometimes partner up with local investors or property owners, to secure capital or to reduce rents.