WeWork On Demand Launches in Mexico

Expansion marks introduction of company’s pay-as-you-go product in Latin America

NEW YORK, November 23, 2022 – WeWork, the leading global flexible space provider, has announced that WeWork On Demand – the company’s pay-as-you-go product that provides access to coworking spaces by the day and meeting rooms by the hour – is now available in 18 locations across three cities in Mexico: Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey.

Launched in New York City in 2020, WeWork On Demand is now in more than 60 markets around the world, increasing the total number of WeWork On Demand locations to nearly 320 globally. As WeWork’s most flexible offering, users have the ability to book available workspace through the WeWork iPhone and Android apps, with no long-term commitment required.

Karen Scarpetta, Regional General Manager, WeWork Latam, said: “Not only are we seeing nearly two-thirds of people in Mexico have adopted flexible work arrangements, but we are also seeing our vibrant cities become popular destinations for remote workers from around the world. WeWork On Demand’s arrival in Mexico marks yet another WeWork solution that can enable people to leverage our spaces to help do their best work.”

This is the third international expansion of WeWork On Demand since its debut in 2020, illustrating its steady growth and the increasing need for touchdown workspaces. As of October 2022, global bookings for WeWork On Demand have increased more than 80% year-over-year.

Mathieu Proust, Global Head of Franchise Operations & MD International Operations, WeWork, said: “As workers around the world return to the office, we have seen significant interest in more flexible options for workspace. By continuing to expand WeWork On Demand, we are demonstrating our commitment to helping meet the evolving needs of flexible work. With its expansion to 18 locations across three cities, WeWork On Demand is offering workers in Mexico a convenient solution for a variety of hybrid work needs – from fully remote workers looking for an occasional workspace to those looking for a break from working from home.”