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New incubator scheme for early-stage start-ups

By The Straits Times | 12 February 2019

A start-up incubation programme for young entrepreneurs by venture capital firm Trive Ventures and JustCo Lab has garnered "plenty of interest". The nine-month programme - named Trive Labs - offers early-stage enterprises support, resources and mentorship through JustCo, one of Asia's largest co-working communities.

JustCo and Trive launch startup incubator

By Charlene Chin | The EdgeProp | 12 February 2019

Co-working operator JustCo has partnered Trive Ventures, a Singapore-based venture capital firm to launch a startup incubation programme.

Co-working space provider JustCo Lab, VC firm Trive unveil incubator programme for early-stage startups

Tay Peck Gek | The Business Times | 11 February 2019

VENTURE capital firm Trive Ventures, in partnership with JustCo Lab, has launched its first startup incubation programme for young promising startup entrepreneurs.

JustCo and Trive Ventures Launch Singapore Startup Incubator in Marina Bay

By Jan Kot | Mingtiandi | 11 February 2019

GIC-backed coworking provider JustCo and Singapore-based venture capital investment firm Trive Ventures are teaming up to launch a startup incubation programme that provides a communal home for fast-growing new companies in central Singapore, according to a joint statement released by the two companies on Monday.

In brief: JustCo, Trive Ventures launch joint incubator program

By Jack Ellis | Tech in Asia | 11 February 2019

In a strategic partnership with JustCo, Trive Ventures has launched its first startup incubation program. It features a nine-month long project runway that targets early-stage Singaporean startups and will focus on providing support, resources, and mentorship for all participants through JustCo.

JustCo to debut co-working centres in Seoul, Sydney and Melbourne

By Timothy Tay | The Edge | 29 January 2019

Local co-working operator JustCo announced that it will debut six new co-working centres in Seoul, Sydney and Melbourne by end-March this year. This is in addition to increasing its presence in established cities like Singapore, Shanghai, Bangkok and Jakarta. its latest additions will double its regional footprint in the Asia Pacific region by 1Q2019, says the homegrown brand.

In brief: Co-working firm JustCo wants to double its regional footprint

By Nur Atifi | Tech In Asia | 29 January 2019

JustCo, a premium flexible workspace company, has announced plans to double its regional footprint in Asia Pacific by the first quarter of 2019. The expansion will see the brand increase its footprint tenfold since 2015.

Singapore’s JustCo expands into Melbourne, Sydney and Seoul

By Sean Lim | Singapore Business Insider | 29 January 2019

Singapore co-working space provider JustCo is expanding its network with six new co-working centres in the Melbourne, Sydney and Seoul markets, the firm announced in a statement on Monday (Jan 28).

JustCo to open 6 co-working spaces in Korea and Australia

By Claudia Chong | The Business Times | 28 January 2019

SINGAPORE-BASED JustCo is expanding to Korea and Australia, with the opening of six co-working spaces in Melbourne, Sydney and Seoul.

The next unicorn: JustCo set to be billion-dollar start-up

By Timothy Tay & Cecilia Chow | EdgeProp | 21 December 2018

Kong Wan Sing, CEO of the home-grown co-working space provider, outlines an ambitious plan to roll out new spaces that will see the company double in size and have a presence in almost every major Asian city by end-2019

JustCo to operate GuocoLand's co-working space at Collyer Quay

By Timothy Tay | EdgeProp | 21 December 2018

Singapore’s largest home-grown co-working operator JustCo will open its 15th shared workspace locally at 20 Collyer Quay next April. The co-working provider has been appointed by building owner GuocoLand to design and manage the three-story, 16,800 sq ft flexible work space.

Co-working space operator: Localization is very important

By CNBC | 6 December 2018

Founder and CEO of JustCo, Mr. Kong Wan Sing shared about the JustCo journey, milestones, and the future of coworking on CNBC Asia, Street Signs hosted by Oriel Morrison.

Co-working startup JustCo leasing 2nd floor of Fraser Property's China Square Central

By Wong Kai Yi | The Business Times | 25 October 2018

CO-WORKING outfit JustCo will move into the entire second floor of Fraser Property's China Square Central complex, once the building's current asset enhancement initiative is done.

JustCo to open China Square Central space

By Singapore Business Review | 25 October 2018

Co-working outfit JustCo has announced that it will be occupying the entire 2nd floor at China Square Central on 18 Cross Street in its latest move to expand its footprint in Singapore.

JustCo Wins at Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2018!

By JustCo | 24 August 2018

Founder and CEO of JustCo, Kong Wan Sing, was named winner at the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2018 (APEA), under the Professional & Business Services category. The APEA is a regional award honouring entrepreneurs who has established groundbreaking differences, took bold risks and are constantly driven to fulfil their dreams.

Justco Names Ticon As Thailand Exclusive Joint Venture Partner To Scale Up Co-Working Scene

By JustCo | 10 July 2018

JustCo announces another milestone in its quest to become the largest co-working network in Asia by 2020. JustCo has entered into an exclusive joint venture with TICON Industrial Connection Plc (TICON), a Thailand-based leading provider of integrated industrial properties and majority-owned by Frasers Property. This new move follows GIC and Frasers Property’s joint investment into JustCo in May 2018.

JustCo and Sansiri celebrate the grand opening of the largest co-working space in Thailand

By Business Insider | 31 May 2018

JustCo, Southeast Asia's largest provider of creative co-working spaces, joined hand with its strategic partner Sansiri, in celebrating the grand opening of the first JustCo co-working space in Thailand, Bangkok's CBD, at AIA Sathorn Tower.

Singapore's co-working space firm JustCo plans 100 centres in Asia by 2020; eyes deals

By Reuters | Chayut Setboonsarng | 31 May 2018

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Co-working space operator JustCo plans to set up 100 centers by 2020 in Asia and is looking to acquire firms that complement its operations, Chief Executive Kong Wan Sing said on Thursday.

JustCo takes on Asia

By Cecilia Chow | EdgeProp Singapore | 28 May 2018

JustCo, Singapore’s biggest co-working operator in terms of space, continues to expand aggressively. Its latest launch is Verizon Innovation Community, which JustCo founder and CEO Kong Wan Sing considers “a first-in-Asia initiative”.

JustCo To Manage Verizon’s First Innovation Community In Asia

By JustCo | 25 May 2018

JustCo has been appointed to help curate and manage Verizon Communications’ first Asia innovation-community space in Singapore, named as Verizon Innovation Community managed by JustCo.

GIC, Frasers Property and JustCo jointly invest US$177 million to develop co-working platform across Asia

By JustCo | 16 May 2018

SINGAPORE, 16 May 2018 – GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, and multi-national property company Frasers Property Limited (“Frasers Property”), are partnering with JustCo, a leading co-working space provider in Singapore, to develop a co-working space platform across Asia. JustCo currently has a presence in Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand, having brought together a community of entrepreneurs and enterprises of varying sizes.

Justco Is Ready To Impress With Singapore’s First Coworking Space In A Shopping Mall In The Marina Centre Precinct

By Allwork.Space | 5 March 2018

JustCo at Marina Square will be the company’s largest co-working centre on a single floor plate spreading across approximately 60,000 square feet. Set to launch in July 2018, this will be Singapore’s first shopping mall in town to house a co-working centre as one of its anchor tenants.

JustCo Plans to Dominate Asia

By Lin ZhiQin | The Edge Property | 5 March 2018

When CEO Kong Wan Sing founded homegrown co-working space pro- vider JustCo in 2015, he had to rope in his wife, Liu Lu, and his brother Wan Long to help him grow the business. Today, the company is growing so fast that “our headcount has doubled over the past three months to more than 100”, says Kong.

Singapore Needs to do More to Remain as Startups' Top Gateway to Southeast Asia

By Jacquelyn Cheok | The Business Times | 5 January 2018

SINGAPORE in 2017 cemented its place as a key player on the global startup map, having emerged as the preferred gateway to South-east Asia, a base from which global startups and investors venture into the rest of the region's burgeoning markets and entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Singapore’s JustCo Raises US$12 Million to Expand Its Reach in Southeast Asia

Reuters | 29 December 2017

JustCo, a co-working space provider based in Singapore has recently secured US$12 million in its latest Series B funding round from one of Thailand’s largest property developers Sansiri in an effort to fuel its expansion project in Southeast Asia.

JustCo, Gunung Sewu to Form Co-working Space Joint Venture

Reuters | 22 December 2017

22/12/2017 – Singapore’s largest premium coworking space provider JustCo has announced the launching of a joint venture in Indonesia with Gunung Sewu, a diversified company with businesses in food, property, insurance, and manufacturing.

Is Your Firm Ready for The Future of Work?

The Business Times | 29 November 2017

BOTTOM-UP innovation, automation, cloud and co-working spaces have long been tipped to be key trends that will shape the future of work. Against this backdrop, The Business Times asks three industry leaders the bigger and more important question: How can companies better prepare their employees, and how employees can equip themselves, for the future of work?

Dropbox Helps Keep Companies' Business On Track and On Time

By Vivien Ang | The Business Times | 22 November 2017

JUSTCO, a co-working space established in 2015, has lofty ambitions to be the biggest network of co-working space in Singapore, if not Asia. They have since outgrown their single-office setup. However, with more space, staff and locations, data could not be managed by the Network Attached Storage system anymore, which was a hindrance to staff in different locations wanting to view the same file.

JustCo to Open Four Co-working Spaces in Bangkok and 30 in Asia-Pacific in 2018

By Cecilia Chow | EdgeProp | 20 November 2017

On Nov 8, Thai developer Sansiri invested US$12 million ($16.3 million) in JustCo, Singapore’s biggest co-working operator. The Series B funding round by Sansiri gives the Thai company a 6.09% stake in JustCo, and values the company at close to US$200 million. Kong Wan Sing, founder and CEO of JustCo, recounts how the deal came about five months ago. “We got connected through LinkedIn,” he says.

Bangkok Based Sansiri Is On A Mission To Create A Global Lifestyle Of Cool

By Rebecca Suhrawardi | Forbes | 17 November 2017

Srettha Thavisin is President of Thailand’s largest real estate developer, Sansiri. The seasoned executive towers at over six feet tall, with a lithe build and chic, but smart, style.

Sansiri Has $390 Million Investment Budget for 2018

By Bloomberg | 9 November 2017

Sansiri CFO Wanchak Buranasiri discusses the company's performance and expansion plans. He speaks on "Bloomberg: Daybreak Asia."

Sansiri invests US$80 million in 6 international brands in synergy with its vision to globally invest in next generation living

By PR Newswire Asia | 9 November 2017

Sansiri Public Company Limited aims beyond real estate development by investing US$80 million (HKD 650 million/ SGD 110 million) in six leading global technology and lifestyle businesses in a bold move to expand its holdings and create a collaborative, multi-disciplinary portfolio.

Thailand’s Sansiri takes stake in Tyler Brûlé’s Monocle

By Aliya Ram | Financial Times | 8 November 2017

Sansiri, a Thai property developer, will invest in Tyler Brûlé’s lifestyle magazine Monocle, and Standard International, a US-based hotel...

$12M Thai Investment Boosts SG Co-Working Startup to $200M Valuation

By Greg Isaacson | Mingtiandi | 16 October 2017

Singapore-based JustCo has closed on a Series B funding round that brings its valuation to $200 million, making it the most valuable co-working operator in Southeast Asia, after bagging a $12 million investment from Thai developer Sansiri.

Singapore’s JustCo closes Series B round; grows valuation to US$200mil

By Digital News Asia | 13 October 2017

SINGAPORE-based co-working space provider JustCo grew its valuation to US$200 million (RM843.2 million) after closing on an undisclosed amount of investment in the latest round of fund raising from one of Thailand’s largest property developers, Sansiri.

JustCo Closed On A Series B Round At US$200 Million Valuation

By Allwork.Space | 13 October 2017

Singapore’s largest coworking space provider, JustCo, closed a Series B round at US$200 million valuation from Thailand’s leading real estate developer, Sansiri.

Thai developer Sansiri invests in Singapore-based co-working provider JustCo

By Timothy Tay | EdgeProp | 12 October 2017

Singapore-based co-working provider JustCo announced that it has grown its valuation to US$200 million ($270 million) at the close of its Series B funding, which saw one of Thailand’s leading developers Sansiri invest an undisclosed sum.

Singapore co-working space JustCo hits $200m valuation after closing series B

By Jack Ellis | Tech in Asia | 12 October 2017

JustCo, a Singapore-based provider of shared workspaces, has just closed a series B funding round in which publicly traded Thai property developer Sansiri was the sole participant. The investment amount was not disclosed, but the Singaporean company said it now values itself at US$200 million post-money.

M&A deals flourish in Singapore’s co-working market as competition heats up

By Tang See Kit | Channel News Asia | 11 Aug 2017

For JustCo, the co-working arm of homegrown space provider JustGroup, merger talks with its Chinese counterpart began about four months ago. Founder and CEO Kong Wan Sing said a merger “makes a lot of sense” given the company's plans to expand quickly, both in Singapore and overseas.

Life in the cloud(s): how JustCo transcended traditional office space

By Dropbox | 2 Aug 2017

For a company like JustCo, space is everything. As a fast-growing business that fosters productive co-working environments, they know that people need to work from anywhere at anytime – whether at home, at an overseas HQ, or at the office – and this includes accessing files on the go. Enter Dropbox Business.

Asia’s co-working players JustCo and naked Hub merge to fend off WeWork

By Lin Zhiqin | EdgeProp | 31 July 2017

Many co-working operators do not really understand co-working, according to Kong Wan Sing, founder and CEO of JustCo, a home-grown serviced office and co-working operator. Co-working is not just providing a space with desks for people to do their work, he explains.

The future of work

By Lynette Khoo | Business Times | 22 July 2017

"Clients who wouldn't have been open to the co-working concept previously are now interested in getting in on the action. They see the value in being connected to a community of talented and like-minded individuals and businesses. It's no longer just a workplace for start-ups, freelancers and techies. We now have members from different sizes of companies and business types including many global brands." - JustCo founder and CEO Kong Wan Sing

naked Hub and JustCo agree to terms on merger forming the largest premium co-working space in Asia

By naked Hub | 19 July 2017

Kong Wan Sing, founder and CEO of JustCo said, “We spent the last five years building up a platform with the vision of becoming the dominant player of co-working space in Southeast Asia."

Workspace firm JustCo merging with China's naked Hub

By Lynette Khoo | 19 July 2017

Homegrown co-working space operator JustCo is merging with China's naked Hub in a move that is expected to result in the largest co-working operator in Asia.

M1's I'm 1 Commercial

By M1 | 19 June 2017

It’s a first! We have been featured in a commercial advertisement of M1, where the well-loved telco celebrates the everyday change makers from all walks of life.

5 ways coworking can give your business a much-needed boost

By e27 | 2017

Long gone are the days when the centerpiece of the workplace was the water cooler or photocopier. The explosion of coworking spaces all over the world has shown many businesses that the work environment is key in shaping how successful your business will be.

Co-working in action - JustCo Singapore

By Barry Haynes, Nick Nunnington, Timothy Eccles | Corporate Real Estate Asset Management - Strategy and Implementation, 2nd Edition | 2017

In this case study, we examine co-working in action in Singapore. We look at the operations of JustCo in Singapore. Asia is experiencing significant interest and growth in co-working and is seen as a significant model for complimentary alternative provision of offices alongside and increasingly integrated within major development schemes.

Innovative Offices:Coolest co-working spaces in Singapore

By MF editorial team | Marie France Asia | 5 June 2017

Perhaps it’s the ping-pong table set in the middle of their Robinson Road location, or perhaps it’s the fact that they are opening two more locations in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District as proof of its track record.

Coworking spaces set to proliferate and become a real estate asset class

By Jacquelyn Cheok & Syarafana Shafeeq | The Business Times | 29 May 2017

Demand in the Asia-Pacific for such spaces seen growing at an average 10 to 15% annually as companies seek flexibility amid economic uncertainty.

Rise of the shared workspace

By Samuel Chan | The Straits Times | 29 May 2017

Co-working spaces are expanding to accommodate a growing shift in Singapore's workplace culture towards collaboration.

JustCo signs MoU with PwC's Venture Hub to give start-ups access to a global network of business expertise

DealStreetAsia | 29 May 2017

Singapore's largest coworking space provider, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with PwC's Venture Hub to facilitate access for their members to a global network of business expertise via PwC's Global Gateway including innovation hubs in Asia, Silicon Valley, Europe, and Israel.

Office space on demand

The Edge Property | 1 May 2017

Co-working is no longer regarded as just a swing space or a space for off-site meetings. It's a real shift that is already taking place in the US, with corporates moving their headquarters into co-working space. And this trend is happening in Singapore.

Largest interconnected co-working space in Singapore is coming

Singapore Business Review | 9 March 2017

They are opening a space at the UIC Building.

JustCo is opening a co-working space in Marina One

Singapore Business Review | 13 February 2017

Co-working has just become luxurious and stylish.

Homegrown firm looks to 'super-size' co-working spaces in Singapore

By Tang See Kit | Channel NewsAsia | 9 December 2016

To meet fast-growing demand in Singapore, JustCo will open two co-working spaces with a combined floor area of more than 100,000 square feet at Marina One and the new UIC Building by April 2017.

5 rules to live by in a co-working space

By Fiona Liaw | Herworld Plus | October 2016

It is the equivalent of the swanky Google office for freelancers and start-ups but dont get distracted by the free coffee.

Working in collaboration - In Conversation: Penny Sloane & Wan Sing Kong

By Narelle Yabuka | Cubes Indesign | October/November 2016

Penny Sloane, interior designer, specialising in the workplace and founder and CEO of JustCo, Wan Sing Kong, discuss the recent shift toward more collaborative work practices and the popularity of co-working in Singapore.

Not just a start-up space: Foreign firms embrace co-working in Singapore

By Tang See Kit | Channel NewsAsia | 20 September 2016

Content delivery network and Web security firm Cloudflare was on the lookout for a new office in Singapore earlier this year and even though there were cheaper office spaces available in the rental market, it decided to move into JustCo – a co-working space located in the Central Business District (CBD) along Robinson Road.

Coworking spaces bloom in Singapore

By Tang See Kit | Channel NewsAsia | 24 August 2016

Co-working spaces in Singapore have evolved over the years, with a new wave of shared offices going posh or targeting niche groups. Channel NewsAsia speaks to five industry players to find out how they are coping with the segment's rapid growth.

Co-working spaces help to keep the costs down

By Sheryl Lee | The Straits Times | 23 May 2016

Some firms choose this arrangement over typical offices, for flexibility as they expand. Instead of typical offices, some foreign companies have been renting shared working spaces here for expand into Singapore and the region quickly, while keeping costs down.

Co-working space seen as boon for office landlords and tenants

By Lynette Khoo | The Business Times | 18 March 2016

CO-WORKING spaces, a concept which made its way here six years ago, can be a hedge for office landlords against a wave of new office completions. Rather than engage in an intense price war on rental incentives and subsidies, developers can take a dip in this "blue ocean" to gain a competitive advantage over their peers, Cushman & Wakefield says in a new report.

How have advances in technology changed the way you work

By Rumi Hardasmalani | TODAY Perspectives Column | 29 February 2016

With technology, we are free to work anytime, aywhere. The freedom and agility affordability by technology have greatly transformed the pace and way businesses work and interact.

Short-term space provider's long view

By Jeremy Koh | The Straits Times | 11 February 2016

A local business is looking to capitalise on other companies' need to stay nimble and to wait out the looming economic slowdown. JustGroup, which rents out serviced offices and work spaces for the short term, intends to more than double its size within the next two to three years.

This new coworking space in CBD wants to become the largest in APAC

By Lee Anne Babierra | Singapore Business Review | 27 November 2015

JustCo, which bills itself as the largest coworking space in terms of size in the central business district (CBD) area, likens itself to 'Uber' and 'Air B&B' of work spaces. Located at 120 Robinson Road with reception on level 15, and currently occupies four floors in the building, JustCo aims at becoming the largest coworking space not only in Singapore but also in the Asia Pacific in the coming years.

There's a quirky new co-working space in Singapore's CBD

By Shi Min Xie | Asia City | 25 November 2015

We've just featured nine hot working spaces in Singapore, and it looks like we're adding another to the mix with JustCo. The newly opened working space is located along 120 Robinson Road, occupying four floors of the Parakou building. These floors also include a view of the city's skyline, and as with lots of other co-working spaces here like The Hub, there are plenty of opportunities for collaborations and discussions with booth buddies. Among its amenities are a ping pong and foosball table.

JustCo provides workspace for new businesses in the CBD

By Berita Harian | 20 October 2015

New entrepreneurs seeking a workspace can now benefit from a co-working space which is largest in the Central Business District (CBD).

JustGroup expansion plans attract more investment

By Soon Weilun | Business Times Online | 16 October 2015

A HOMEGROWN serviced office provider's recent expansion in Singapore and plans to do so in China have attracted additional investment from European and Singaporean asset management firms.

JustGroup continues expansion plans with additional investment from asset management firms

By JustGroup | 15 October 2015

Singapore, October 15, 2015 – Home-grown company JustGroup today announced that it will expand its presence locally and across the region following an additional investment by asset management firms Tikehau Capital Partners from Europe and Pinetree Capital Partners from Singapore.

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