In addition, the old players have a lot of customer resources and can take over the customers of the players who left the game, which also brings benefits to the future development. Let's take a look at the problems that old players need to face. After WeWork failed to go public, the valuation of other companies in the industry has shrunk significantly, and the capital market has also questioned the entire shared office industry,
resulting in a sharp decrease in the number of financings in the entire market. In addition, after many tenants faced the crisis of being expelled, co-working companies were also forced to gain the title of "second landlord", which made more and more b2b data tenants question the co-working model and allowed the co-working industry to recover. The time of vitality is stretched. 3. New players flock to As players leave, there will naturally be an influx of new players. Recently,
many real estate giants have changed their wait-and-see attitude towards the shared office market and have also begun to enter the market. Among them, Vanke launched "Niu Hou"; Jinmao Capital launched the office space brand J SPACE; Henderson Development launched the office brand BCos, etc. For real estate giants, the shared office industry has developed for a long time and has been gradually accepted by users, especially after the industry reshuffle and the market demand is vacated. It is a good time for the giants to harvest. In addition, these new players also have their own advantages.