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拡大する「どこからでも仕事できる」モバイルワーカーに対応 アジアをリードするフレキシブルワークスペースプロバイダー「JustCo」が 日本でコワーキングサービスを拡大

01 Mar 2022

JustCo Holdings Pte.Ltd(本社:シンガポール、CEO:Kong Wan Sing)との合弁会社である大東建託グループのJustCo DK Japan株式会社(本社:東京都港区、代表取締役:川合秀司、同:Kong Wan Sing)は、働く場所に依存せず、どこでも自由に仕事をする「モバイルワーカー」をサポートするために、さまざまなカスタマイズされたソリューションを使用したコワーキングスペース事業の日本での展開を拡大いたします。

渋谷ヒカリエ33階にてJustCo DK初のコワーキングワークスペース「JustCo 渋谷ヒカリエ」を、東京のビジネス一等地・虎ノ門タワーズオフィス19階にもう一つのコワーキングセンター「.BASE」を運用しています。どちらも東京の中心部に位置し、オフィスコストを柔軟に管理した企業やビジネスパーソンにご利用いただいています。

JustCoは、東京都心周辺に住むビジネスマンのニーズにさらに応えるため、新しいグローバル商品である「JustCo Zone」を本日より日本で発売しました。「JustCo Zone」は、都心にある大規模なJustCoコワーキングセンターを補完する、無人型従量制のソリューションです。日本では、東京都心の北、南、東の3つのターミナル駅にJustCo Zoneを設置。埼玉県さいたま市大宮区、東京都大田区蒲田、千葉県船橋市本町にあり、様々な方のニーズに応える利便性を提供します。

JustCoは、起業家、スタートアップ企業、中小企業、大企業、およびフリーランサーなどに対して柔軟なワークスペースを提供するアジア有数のプロバイダーです。シンガポールに本社を置き、アジア太平洋地域の主要10都市に40以上のコワーキングスペースを展開しています。

日本においてもハイブリッドワークが進む中、企業には従業員の安全と生産性を管理するための柔軟なワークソリューションの提供することが増えています。今回、「JustCo 渋谷ヒカリエ」と「.BASE」のJustCoメンバーも、「JustCo Zone」のすべての場所を無料で利用可能となっており、よりシームレスに自宅近くで仕事ができるようになりました。

<JustCo DK Japan株式会社 代表取締役 Kong Wan Sing コメント>

「ハイブリッドワークが定着しつつあります。柔軟なワークスペースを提供する企業は、求職者から好意的に見られるため、企業のブランド力を高め、長期的に優秀な人材を採用する魅力となります。JustCoは、利便性が高く、プロフェッショナルなワークスペースを求める企業が将来にわたって成長するためのパートナーとして、日本での地位を確立します。」

<JustCo DK Japan株式会社 ゼネラルマネージャー 鈴木省吾 コメント>

「東京では、フレキシブルワークスペースの普及が進んでいません。最近の業界レポートによると、東京のオフィスストックのうち、フレキシブル事業者が入居しているのは、わずか2%程度です。これはアジアの他の主要都市の平均値の半分以下です。当社のワークスペースソリューションで、この市場に貢献できることを嬉しく思います。」

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JustCo, Asia’s Leading Flexible Workspace Provider, Expands Coworking Offerings in Japan to Accommodate the Growing “Work-from-Anywhere” Mobile Workforce

JustCo DK Japan, Co., Ltd., a Daito Corporation Group joint-venture with JustCo Holdings Pte. Ltd., announced the expansion of its coworking offerings in Japan with a range of customized solutions for companies seeking flexible workspaces and to support the increasing “mobile workforce” who are free to work from anywhere.

JustCo DK’s first coworking workspace “JustCo at Shibuya Hikarie” is located on the 33rd floor of Shibuya Hikarie, while another co-working centre “.BASE managed by JustCo” is located on the 19th floor of Toranomon Towers Office, a prime business location in Tokyo. Both locations in the heart of Tokyo city centre cater well to businesses and professionals seeking maximum flexibility to manage their business costs.

To further cater to the needs of the Japanese workforce who live in the city fringe, JustCo also launched its new global product, JustCo Zone, in Japan. JustCo Zone is an ultra-convenient, unmanned, pay-per-minute solution that complements the larger JustCo co-working locations in the city centre. In Japan, the JustCo Zones are located in three busy terminal stations in the North, South and East of central Tokyo: Omiya-ku, Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture; Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo and Honcho, Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, offering convenience to meet the needs of a wide range of people.

JustCo is Asia’s leading provider of flexible workspace for businesses of all sizes seeking flexible solutions to nimbly scale their operations. Headquartered in Singapore, JustCo has over 40 co-working spaces across 10 major cities in Asia Pacific.

As hybrid work becomes more and more popular in Japan, companies are increasingly providing highly flexible work solutions to manage employee safety and productivity. To enable a more seamless experience across its offerings, JustCo members at “.BASE” and “JustCo Shibuya Hikarie” will access all locations of “JustCo Zone” for free, enabling members to work near their homes.

KONG Wan Sing, Founder and CEO of JustCo, said: “Hybrid work is here to stay. Companies offering flexible workspace arrangements are favorably viewed, strengthening their brand affinity and long-term attractiveness to hire and retain strong talent. JustCo is well-positioned in Japan to partner companies seeking highly convenient and professional workspaces to grow well into the future.”

Shogo Suzuki, General Manager of JustCo DK Japan, Co., Ltd. , said: “In Tokyo, the flexible workspace sector is underpenetrated. A recent industry report indicates that only about 2% of office stock in Tokyo is being occupied by flexible operators, which is less than half of the average figure in other major Asian cities. We are excited to serve the market with our range of workspace solutions.”

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JustCo to Open its first Flexible Workspace in Japan

01 Jul 2021

JustCo Holdings Pte Ltd(本社:シンガポール、CEO: Kong Wan Sing)との合弁会社である大東建託グループの JustCo DK Japan 株式会社(本社:東京都港区、代表取締役:川合秀司、同:Kong Wan Sing)は、 渋谷ヒカリエ33階にて2022年1月に日本初出店予定のフレキシブルワーク・スペース「JustCo」について、2021年7月より入居企業の募集を開始します。

JustCo

「JustCo」渋谷ヒカリエの特徴

JustCo」は、画一的な内装デザインではなく、出店エリアに応じ革新的でスタイリッシュなデザインを施しているのが特徴です。渋谷ヒカリエではホテルのラウンジのような落ち着いた空間作りを目指しています。また、大企業やスタートアップが共存する渋谷において、さまざまなニーズに対応するため、大規模なプライベートオフィスから1人用のホットデスクまで約510席をご用意しています。

「JustCo」渋谷ヒカリエの空間イメージ

レセプション

落ち着いた色を基調としたホテルのラウンジのような空間で、コミュニティチームがビジターの皆様をお迎えします。

イベントスペース

入居企業様による、対外的なイベントの実施が可能です。

コラボレーションエリア

解放感ある空間で、利用者同士のビジネスコミュニケーションが可能です。

ホットデスク

自由に席をお選びいただけ、仕事に必要な設備を備えています。

会員プラン

※料金は、ご希望のワークスペースの大きさやタイプによって異なります。詳細はお問い合わせください。

JustCo DK Japan問い合わせ窓口

TEL:03-6453-0334  携帯 (セールス担当直通):080-5050-1092(担当:合野)

【受付時間】月~金 9:00~18:00

概要

名称   : (仮称)JustCo 渋谷ヒカリエ
住所   : 東京都渋谷区渋谷2-21-1 33階
アクセス : JR、東急、東京メトロ渋谷駅直結
面積   : 約670坪 (約2,200㎡)
席数   : 約510席
開業日  : 2022年1月(予定)

 

渋谷駅直結「渋谷ヒカリエ」33階のロケーション

「JustCo」日本1号店は、近年の大規模な再開発によって周辺に続々と最新施設がオープンする渋谷駅直結の高層複合施設、渋谷ヒカリエに入居します。施設内には物販店や飲食店、劇場、オフィスが入居しており、多種多様なニーズに応える都市型複合施設です。オフィス利用の方やお買い物をする方など、曜日や時間帯を問わずに賑わっています。2021年7月には渋谷ヒカリエの北側、東京メトロ銀座線線路の上部に位置する歩行者デッキ「渋谷ヒカリエデッキ」をオープンし渋谷駅から宮益坂上までスムーズに移動できるようになりました。
渋谷ヒカリエを運営する東急株式会社広報グループは、「JustCoが出店することで、渋谷ヒカリエの理想的なオフィスビルとしての地位を高めることになると期待しています。」とコメントしています。

 

JustCo CEO Kong Wan Sing コメント

専門家によると、日本では2021年までに20%以上の企業が柔軟な働き方への移行を希望している※ とのことです。これは、日本のフレキシブル・ワークスペース業界の成長を促進する意欲の高まりを反映しています。日本における業界拡大の動きの一端を担うことができ、大変嬉しく思います。
※出展: CBRE Report: Japan ViewPoint – Tokyo Flexible Office MarketApril 2021

 

JustCo DK Japan 株式会社 代表取締役 川合秀司 コメント

コロナ禍を契機にオフィスのあり方を見直す企業が増え、拡大、縮小、移転、解約がしやすいフレキシブルオフィスへ切り替える企業が増えつつあります。今後も企業やワーカーのニーズ変化に対応しながら、「JustCo」が働く場所のプラットフォームの一つとして皆様に広く認知していただけるように事業展開を進めてまいります。来年の1号店のオープンをどうぞご期待ください。

 

JustCo DK Japan について

この度、シンガポールを中心にフレキシブル・スペースをアジアで展開する「JustCo」が日本に初出店します。
大東建託は、「JustCo」ブランドを活用した日本国内におけるフレキシブル・ワークスペース事業の本格的な進出を目的とした、合弁会社「JustCo DK JapanJapan株式会社」の設立及び JustCo Holdings Pte. Ltdへの出資に関する契約を2019年11月に締結しました。
大東建託グループでは2019年に「夢や将来を託され、継続して成長できる企業へ」をスローガンとした新5ヵ年計画を策定しコアビジネスの強化を含めた生活総合支援企業となることを目指しています。総合賃貸業の成長セグメントの一つとしてフレキシブル・ワークスペース事業を設定しており、渋谷ヒカリエにオープンする第一号店を皮切りに、当該事業を本格的に始動いたします。
JustCo DK Japan株式会社は、日本国内において、「JustCo」 を今後2年間で5拠点の開設を予定しています。

 

関連ニュースリリース/2019年11月28日
JustCoとの提携によるフレキシブル・ワークスペース事業への進出について

https://www.kentaku.co.jp/corporate/pr/info/2019/aqehc4000000d118-att/justco_teikei_20191128.pdf

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JustCo to Open its first Flexible Workspace in Japan

As featured on:

  1. The Edge

JustCo, Asia’s leading ‘Space-as-a-Service’ provider, has signed an agreement with Tokyu Corporation to open JustCo’s first co-working centre in Tokyo, at Shibuya Hikarie. Targeted to open in January 2022, JustCo at Shibuya Hikarie is strategically located in the heart of Shibuya, the energetic Tokyo district that is home to many large technology corporates, start-ups and new ventures.

“The movement towards hybrid work arrangements is gathering pace. We are excited to be part of this movement in Japan,” said KONG Wan Sing, Founder and CEO of JustCo. “According to experts, over 20% of companies in Japan have indicated interest to pivot towards flexible work solutions by 20221. This reflects an increased appetite that will fuel the growth of the flexible workspace industry in Japan,” he added.

Tokyo’s Shibuya neighbourhood is a live-work-play hub that represents the best of what Tokyo brings as a global city of commerce and business. JustCo at Shibuya Hikarie will appeal to all businesses and companies looking to tap into Shibuya’s energy.

Members of this centre will also gain direct access to an extensive network of JustCo locations across nine gateway cities in Asia Pacific, offering a collaborative platform with meaningful networking opportunities.

“Businesses are increasingly seeking flexible work models to support hybrid work arrangements and work-from-anywhere policies. With JustCo’s flexible workspace at Shibuya Hikarie, tenants now have the option of complementing a traditional office with additional flexible workspace options. These “flex” options can be used for temporary headcount, specialized teams, or even innovation labs. We are confident that JustCo at Shibuya Hikarie will further reinforce the building’s position as an ideal office location,” said the PR Group of Tokyu Corporation.

In November 2019, JustCo entered the Japan market via a joint venture with Daito Trust, a leading construction and real estate company in Japan. As part of pre-launch efforts, JustCo at Shibuya Hikarie is now open for enquiries.

 

1Data source: CBRE Report: Japan ViewPoint – Tokyo Flexible Office Market, April 2021

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How COVID-19 Proves to be A Business Opportunity for JustCo with 2 New Co-Working Spaces in Singapore

01 Oct 2020

In light of the COVID-19 situation, businesses have been forced to adapt quickly and implement remote working or working from home. As companies face economy uncertainties and workers adopt a new way of working, challenges and severe limitations for many businesses arise. Today, businesses recognize the importance of a flexible, reliable and sustainable workspace solution to counter cost pressures ahead, and to retain teams’ productivity and engagement. In an interview with Vulcan Post, Co-founder and CCO of JustCo, KONG Wan Long said, “Many corporates have started to realise that large headquarters which house all staff may not be the best way to go. The co-working model will continue to remain as a viable option, and we foresee more businesses housing employees in flexible workspaces — be it for remote working, business continuity purposes or even workforce decentralisation.” To read the full interview, kindly click here.

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How COVID-19 Proves to be A Business Opportunity for JustCo with 2 New Co-Working Spaces in Singapore

In light of the COVID-19 situation, businesses have been forced to adapt quickly and implement remote working or working from home. As companies face economy uncertainties and workers adopt a new way of working, challenges and severe limitations for many businesses arise. Today, businesses recognize the importance of a flexible, reliable and sustainable workspace solution to counter cost pressures ahead, and to retain teams’ productivity and engagement. In an interview with Vulcan Post, Co-founder and CCO of JustCo, KONG Wan Long said, “Many corporates have started to realise that large headquarters which house all staff may not be the best way to go. The co-working model will continue to remain as a viable option, and we foresee more businesses housing employees in flexible workspaces — be it for remote working, business continuity purposes or even workforce decentralisation.” To read the full interview, kindly click here.

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JustCo on CNBC Asia TV: Our New Future

01 Sep 2020

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses around the world have implemented alternative work arrangements such as working from home and business continuity plans, to ensure the safety of workers. In an interview with CNBC Asia TV, Kong Wan Sing, Founder and CEO of JustCo said, “The pandemic has changed how people work. Companies have realised that 100% working from home is not practical, as it impacts productivity and collaboration amongst teams. Businesses today need hybrid workspace solutions, one that is flexible, cost-effective, safe, and can keep their employees well-bonded and engaged at the same time.” To view the full interview, kindly click here.

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JustCo on CNBC Asia TV: Our New Future

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses around the world have implemented alternative work arrangements such as working from home and business continuity plans, to ensure the safety of workers. In an interview with CNBC Asia TV, Kong Wan Sing, Founder and CEO of JustCo said, “The pandemic has changed how people work. Companies have realised that 100% working from home is not practical, as it impacts productivity and collaboration amongst teams. Businesses today need hybrid workspace solutions, one that is flexible, cost-effective, safe, and can keep their employees well-bonded and engaged at the same time.” To view the full interview, kindly click here.

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JustCo is Optimistic on the Future of Flexible Workspaces as Demand Rises in the New Normal

As featured on:

  1. The Business Times
  2. The Straits Times
  3. The Edge (12 Aug 2020)
  4. The Edge (4 Sept 2020)
01 Aug 2020

JustCo, the leading co-working company in Asia Pacific will support the growth and recovery of businesses as they adjust and adapt to the new normal. The continued demand for flexible workspaces sees JustCo welcome global enterprises L’Oréal and Riot Games to its large community. These two companies will house approximately 200 employees at the new JustCo centres located at OCBC Centre East and The Centrepoint.  

JustCo at OCBC Centre East and The Centrepoint are expected to house over 2,000 members when they open in August and October respectively. In line with its mission to ‘make work better’ for businesses, JustCo will continue to offer members maximum workspace flexibility with short-term lease commitment, allowing them to adapt to today’s unpredictable global business landscape. 

 Many large enterprises and corporates have adopted flexible workspace solutions as part of their business strategy. In the new normal, co-working spaces will remain as a relevant solution for businesses to upsize and right-size their space as and when required,” says Brandon Chia, Vice President & Head, Singapore and Indonesia. JustCo will also be relocating its headquarters to a larger office space at The Centrepoint as we cater to the company’s growth and expansion. We believe the new office will boost the collaboration spirit and staff morale as we transit into a new era. 

JustCo at The Centrepoint will be the first smart co-working centre in Singapore to pilot a new workspace usage concept enabling the next generation of Work From Anywhere. This on-demand space usage model offers maximum flexibility with minimal commitment, allowing consumers to pay for only what they need while enjoying unlimited co-working benefits at ease. Members can access coworking amenities like the hot-desks, meeting rooms, phone booths, and exclusive networking events. 

In addition, JustCo at The Centrepoint will also feature card-free access with Bluetooth capability, allowing members to unlock centre entrances, meeting rooms and private suites via the JustCo App. As part of the smart digital workspace, the in-house café at this centre comes with a coffee-making robotic arm, where guests can order and customise their desired beverages to a high degree of precision, be it western brews, local kopi or alcohol. All orders, customisation and payment will be done through the JustCo App – bringing customers added value and convenience  

”As a fast-growing global company, JustCo’s one-stop workspace solution has provided us with great convenience and flexibility to house our growing team while we work on numerous new game launches. We moved into JustCo less than a year ago, and have since outgrown our existing space. We are excited to be moving to a larger workspace at JustCo at The Centrepoint later in the year. Leaving the entire fit-out and workspace configuration in the good hands of JustCo’s professional team allows us to channel our resources to better focus on our publishing operations,” says  Kaialani Ng, Office Manager  of Riot Games Southeast Asia.  

JustCo also offers a hybrid of workspace solutions for businesses looking to decentralise its workforce. Its  new client, L’Oréal, will be housing their  Travel Retail Asia Pacific  employees at OCBC Centre East  in the second half of 2020, so as to accommodate  its growing team in Singapore. As a unique beauty leader, employees of L’Oréal  Travel Retail Asia Pacific  will benefit from the workspace accessibility as they are able to work from any JustCo centre across Asia Pacific, whenever they travel for business. JustCo’s fully furnished spaces will also provide them with convenient usage of meeting rooms, pantry, IT support, mail handling services, an on-site community team and more. 

In today’s age of remote working and isolation, businesses recognize the need to innovate and accelerate its digital transformation in order to survive, scale and succeed. JustCo will continue to drive the Future of Work with focus on deepening its technological capabilities to create smart, digital workplaces that will enhance the overall workspace experience to better service and connect its growing community of over 25,000 members across Asia Pacific. 

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JustCo is Optimistic on the Future of Flexible Workspaces as Demand Rises in the New Normal

As featured on:

  1. The Business Times
  2. The Straits Times
  3. The Edge (12 Aug 2020)
  4. The Edge (4 Sept 2020)

JustCo, the leading co-working company in Asia Pacific will support the growth and recovery of businesses as they adjust and adapt to the new normal. The continued demand for flexible workspaces sees JustCo welcome global enterprises L’Oréal and Riot Games to its large community. These two companies will house approximately 200 employees at the new JustCo centres located at OCBC Centre East and The Centrepoint.  

JustCo at OCBC Centre East and The Centrepoint are expected to house over 2,000 members when they open in August and October respectively. In line with its mission to ‘make work better’ for businesses, JustCo will continue to offer members maximum workspace flexibility with short-term lease commitment, allowing them to adapt to today’s unpredictable global business landscape. 

 Many large enterprises and corporates have adopted flexible workspace solutions as part of their business strategy. In the new normal, co-working spaces will remain as a relevant solution for businesses to upsize and right-size their space as and when required,” says Brandon Chia, Vice President & Head, Singapore and Indonesia. JustCo will also be relocating its headquarters to a larger office space at The Centrepoint as we cater to the company’s growth and expansion. We believe the new office will boost the collaboration spirit and staff morale as we transit into a new era. 

JustCo at The Centrepoint will be the first smart co-working centre in Singapore to pilot a new workspace usage concept enabling the next generation of Work From Anywhere. This on-demand space usage model offers maximum flexibility with minimal commitment, allowing consumers to pay for only what they need while enjoying unlimited co-working benefits at ease. Members can access coworking amenities like the hot-desks, meeting rooms, phone booths, and exclusive networking events. 

In addition, JustCo at The Centrepoint will also feature card-free access with Bluetooth capability, allowing members to unlock centre entrances, meeting rooms and private suites via the JustCo App. As part of the smart digital workspace, the in-house café at this centre comes with a coffee-making robotic arm, where guests can order and customise their desired beverages to a high degree of precision, be it western brews, local kopi or alcohol. All orders, customisation and payment will be done through the JustCo App – bringing customers added value and convenience  

”As a fast-growing global company, JustCo’s one-stop workspace solution has provided us with great convenience and flexibility to house our growing team while we work on numerous new game launches. We moved into JustCo less than a year ago, and have since outgrown our existing space. We are excited to be moving to a larger workspace at JustCo at The Centrepoint later in the year. Leaving the entire fit-out and workspace configuration in the good hands of JustCo’s professional team allows us to channel our resources to better focus on our publishing operations,” says  Kaialani Ng, Office Manager  of Riot Games Southeast Asia.  

JustCo also offers a hybrid of workspace solutions for businesses looking to decentralise its workforce. Its  new client, L’Oréal, will be housing their  Travel Retail Asia Pacific  employees at OCBC Centre East  in the second half of 2020, so as to accommodate  its growing team in Singapore. As a unique beauty leader, employees of L’Oréal  Travel Retail Asia Pacific  will benefit from the workspace accessibility as they are able to work from any JustCo centre across Asia Pacific, whenever they travel for business. JustCo’s fully furnished spaces will also provide them with convenient usage of meeting rooms, pantry, IT support, mail handling services, an on-site community team and more. 

In today’s age of remote working and isolation, businesses recognize the need to innovate and accelerate its digital transformation in order to survive, scale and succeed. JustCo will continue to drive the Future of Work with focus on deepening its technological capabilities to create smart, digital workplaces that will enhance the overall workspace experience to better service and connect its growing community of over 25,000 members across Asia Pacific.