(Miami, FL – January 21, 2021) – On Thursday morning, during a press conference at WeWork Southeast Financial Center, Mayor Francis Suarez announced an extended commitment to the City of Miami’s long-term partnership with WeWork. To further empower businesses to adapt to the future of work through flexible solutions, the existing partnership will expand to reflect new offerings for companies looking to relocate, grow or simply return to work in the area.
“To be a City of the Future, Miami needs to be at the forefront of adaptation. Our economies need to adapt to new obstacles and challenges and I think we need to be as swift and nimble as the companies we’re trying to attract here–so I think it speaks volumes of us as a City that we’re partnered with a brand as trailblazer as WeWork”, said Mayor Suarez.
As companies are increasingly looking for greater flexibility when it comes to where, when, and how they work, WeWork is at the forefront of redefining the future of work by providing flexible, turnkey space solutions to businesses of all sizes. Through this continued partnership, Mayor Suarez, the City of Miami, WeWork and local economic development stakeholders will work together to nurture Miami’s top talent. Through WeWork, businesses relocating to or expanding in the City of Miami will have access to either of the following offerings by visiting we.co/weworkinmiami:
- A free one-month trial of WeWork All Access for new members, plus 15% off after your trial for up to 12 months (terms apply). WeWork All Access is a member benefit that allows WeWork members to fully leverage WeWork’s scale by providing access to hundreds of locations across 150 cities worldwide. Through this offering, companies can unlock access to six WeWork buildings in the Miami area and worldwide.
- Get two months or more free when you commit to a minimum 6-month Private Office membership at Miami WeWork locations, subject to availability (terms apply).
- 2 months free with a 6-month commitment.
- 3 months free with a 12-month commitment.
For companies that want to experience WeWork, try a private office with a free one-month trial for new members.
“We are thrilled to build upon our long-term partnership with the City of Miami and Mayor Francis Suarez with new and creative ways to support the City’s ongoing economic development efforts,” said Sandeep Mathrani, Chief Executive Officer of WeWork. “The future of work is now and there is no doubt that flexibility and optionality will be critical for enabling business leaders, employees, and entrepreneurs to return to work in a space where members’ health and safety is prioritized. WeWork remains committed to the City of Miami and through this partnership we look forward to providing companies of all sizes with optionality for flexible workspace solutions.”
Companies can access the exclusive offerings of this partnership through a website portal at we.co/weworkinmiami, subject to availability.
WeWork is a global leader in flexible space, providing businesses of all sizes with the space, community, and services they need to run and grow their business. With 859 locations, in 151 cities in 38 countries across the world, WeWork delivers flexible space solutions to its 542,000 members worldwide.
About the City of Miami:
The City of Miami is the dynamic municipality at the heart of Miami-Dade County, home to Greater Miami’s financial and cultural heart, and economic engines such as PortMiami. Established in 1896, Miami has grown to become South Florida’s largest city by population and serves as the county seat. Today, the City of Miami proudly continues to provide core municipal services to its diverse population, from public safety to parks, as well as forward-looking initiatives like climate resilience. To learn more, visit www.miamigov.com.