Articles tagged “coworking”

Hotels

Selina Aims to Go Public at $1.2 Billion Valuation Via Blank Check Deal

Kudos to Rafael Museri and Daniel Rudasevski who co-founded Selina in 2015 and brought the company to this point. But investors face a tricky decision about how to value this startup compared to traditional lodging groups.

Selina Aims to Go Public at $1.2 Billion Valuation Via Blank Check Deal

Coronavirus

Coworking Providers and Hotels Tighten Partnerships as Pandemic Still Weighs Heavy

A more permanent working relationship between hotels and coworking providers like the one between Industrious and Wythe Hotel indicates sold-out room nights with traditional hotel guests are a long way away.

Coworking Providers and Hotels Tighten Partnerships as Pandemic Still Weighs Heavy

Coronavirus

Hotels Partnering With Co-Working Companies Signal a Pandemic Trend Could Be Here to Stay

The hotels-as-office trend is exploding, but partnerships with a workplace provider like Industrious could give the trend longevity well beyond when hotel rates and occupancy go back to pre-pandemic levels.

Hotels Partnering With Co-Working Companies Signal a Pandemic Trend Could Be Here to Stay

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

Meetings

Cultural Experiences Add Competitive Edge to Co-Working: CEO Interview

NeueHouse is set to grow and bring its intricate form of hospitality around the world. It turns out creating a truly customized experience for members is a lot of work.

Cultural Experiences Add Competitive Edge to Co-Working: CEO Interview

Hotels

Selina, Backed by Former WeWork CEO, Seeks $500 Million Fund for Hosting Millennial Travelers

Selina, which provides travelers with co-working spaces and hotel-style lodging, hopes to raise a $500 million fund to invest in U.S. real estate. If it meets its goal, it will reassure investors that it remains untarnished by WeWork's recent bad publicity.

Selina, Backed by Former WeWork CEO, Seeks $500 Million Fund for Hosting Millennial Travelers

Online Travel

Selina Raises $100 Million for Its Millennial-Focused Lodging

Selina is riding a wave of venture capital investment like a dreadlocked surfer with remarkable poise. Come to Skift Forum Europe to hear CEO Rafael Museri explain how his startup may capsize the traditional hospitality model.

Selina Raises $100 Million for Its Millennial-Focused Lodging

Hotels

Selina Receives $150 Million for Millennial-Friendly Hospitality

Until recently, Selina has been a glorified hostel operator. Its ambition to provide work-life balance to millennials who travel internationally has been more of a work-in-progress than a consistent offering. Yet massive fresh funding this year will help drive Selina to become one of 2019's most fascinating experiments in hospitality.

Selina Receives $150 Million for Millennial-Friendly Hospitality

Hotels

Standard Hotels Has a New Major Investor From Thailand

Foreign investment in U.S.-based hotel companies is a trend that continues. Even more interesting here is that Sansiri is also choosing to invest in so many other diverse businesses. How they plan to bring all those investments together eventually should be interesting to watch.

Standard Hotels Has a New Major Investor From Thailand

Hotels

Airbnb and WeWork Test a Shared Workspace Program for Business Travelers

This kind of partnership makes a lot of sense for a number of reasons, especially as Airbnb attempts to grow its business travel business even more on that road to an IPO. It will also be interesting to see if WeWork integrates its own WeLive co-living spaces into the Airbnb ecosystem.

Airbnb and WeWork Test a Shared Workspace Program for Business Travelers