Articles tagged “co-working”

Hotels

Does Accor Plan to Be the Next WeWork?

Hotel group Accor has big ambitions in Asia for its co-working brand Wojo. But it probably shouldn't count on the region rolling out the red carpet for remote workers.

Does Accor Plan to Be the Next WeWork?

Coronavirus

Hostel Provider Selina’s New Funding Will Allow It to Survive Crisis: CEO

Selina grew up in a time when private market investors were willing to fund millions in early losses. Money papered over missteps. But managers now face an era that requires strict management discipline. Can it adapt?

Hostel Provider Selina’s New Funding Will Allow It to Survive Crisis: CEO

Tourism

Rethinking Tourism’s Relationship With Cities After Coronavirus

With many cities and urban neighborhoods now devoid of travelers, the coronavirus crisis has exposed the effects of tourism on destinations across the world in different ways. Will it become a catalyst for meaningful change?

Rethinking Tourism’s Relationship With Cities After Coronavirus

Hotels

Selina Hotels Step Up Against WeWork in Latin America

WeWork’s co-working model may be fledgling, but hotels are putting a twist on the concept to connect locals and digital nomads.

Selina Hotels Step Up Against WeWork in Latin America

Luxury

Gym Chains Want to Expand Beyond Fitness

If workout centers want to reach more customers, staying in the fitness lane may not cut it anymore. Instead forward-thinking athletic clubs are elevating themselves into full-fledged lifestyle brands.

Gym Chains Want to Expand Beyond Fitness
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Hotels

Accor Plans to Make Wojo Europe’s Largest Co-Working Brand by 2022

Accor’s investment in the co-working economy shows a growing need for hospitality brands to diversify the experiences they offer their customers and for co-working spaces to evolve.

Accor Plans to Make Wojo Europe’s Largest Co-Working Brand by 2022

Hotels

Singapore’s Iconic Raffles Hotel Is Adding a Co-Working Space

Co-working is entering the hotel space more and more, and even going luxe when the historic Raffles Hotel in Singapore reopens later this year, just as we predicted last year.

Singapore’s Iconic Raffles Hotel Is Adding a Co-Working Space

Online Travel

Hospitality Startup Selina Follows Hipsters to New York City’s Hot Spots for U.S. Debut

"Everything is converging in hospitality," according to one Skift 2019 Megatrend. Selina embodies this Megatrend perfectly in how it pushes the bounds of co-living and co-working. But the company needs to execute its plans on time or else business partners will lose faith.

Hospitality Startup Selina Follows Hipsters to New York City’s Hot Spots for U.S. Debut

Luxury

Wellness Newsletter: Well-Being Companies Get In on a Growing Anxiety Economy

People are feeling frazzled these days, whether they're exhausted from constant connection (thanks technology!) or anxious about where the world is headed –– or both. Companies are picking up on this and marketing products and experiences accordingly.

Wellness Newsletter: Well-Being Companies Get In on a Growing Anxiety Economy

Hotels

Soho House Is Turning to Co-Working to Give It an Edge Over WeWork

Sounds a lot like our Skift Megatrend from this year: "The hotel of the future is everything to everyone" where co-working, co-living, hotels, and private clubs are all blended together.

Soho House Is Turning to Co-Working to Give It an Edge Over WeWork