WeWork, the office-rental company most closely associated with entrepreneurial excess, has seen demand bounce back in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, and inquiries from potential customers exceed what they were before nationwide lockdowns, its executive chairman said.
“The demand for WeWork space today is higher than it was prior to the pandemic,” said Marcelo Claure, who is also chief operating officer of SoftBank Group Corp., WeWork’s biggest investor, during an interview at the Bloomberg Businessweek virtual summit.
A spokeswoman for WeWork said revenue had recovered after a pandemic dip. “Sales are back to pre-pandemic levels, and our sales pipeline is strong,” she wrote in an email.
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