JustCo, Asia’s leading premium flexible workspace provider, announces its partnership with Melbourne PR agency, Arize Communications to further strengthen its brand awareness and fuel its expansion in the Australian market.
Arize will work with JustCo on public relations activities, including media opportunities, executive profiling, events management, and more.
The homegrown Singapore-based company was founded in 2011, and has established itself as the only Asian co-working space provider with multi-city presence in Asia Pacific. Currently JustCo has 37 centres located in eight Asian cities, such as Singapore, Bangkok, Jakarta, China, Seoul, Sydney, Melbourne, Taipei and more. JustCo’s expansion plans will add value to members who seek greater regional access, enabling them to work from any centre whenever they travel.
JustCo members will automatically form part of the ever-growing large community, which they can tap into to seek new connections and explore new business opportunities through specially curated professional and social events organised by JustCo. Additionally, members are also entitled to exclusive promotions and privileges with JustCo’s strategic partners such as Dropbox, Hertz, Amazon Web Services, Gogovan and more.
In May 2019, JustCo officially launched four new locations in Sydney and Melbourne. With plans for rapid growth in the next 12 months, JustCo has secured its fifth centre, located at Melbourne’s newest landmark, Collins Arch. Housed within the city’s very first well-rated commercial building, the centre is targeted to open in Q2 2020.
“This is an incredible opportunity to bring a new way of working into Australia. JustCo’s timely entrant into the local flexible workspace market meets the rising demand from small and medium enterprises, large corporates and Fortune 500 companies,” said Arize Founder and Director, Honi Rosenwax. “JustCo is doing inspiring and innovative work, and we’re excited to work with them to introduce these concepts to a new market.”
“We have identified Australia as a key market with significant potential for co-working. With localisation at the heart of our business, we are confident of adapting and customising workspace design and community engagement suitable for the Australian market,” said JustCo Founder and CEO, Kong Wan Sing. “We’re delighted to be growing our presence in Australia, and to be working alongside the experienced team at Arize to bring the future of work to Australia.”
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