According to the data released by Tencent Research Institute, the number of shared office companies increased to more than 2,300 in 2015 alone, and the shared office market is booming. However, after four years of development, domestic co-working has gradually disappeared, and many leading co-working companies have successively reported layoffs and unpaid wages. The reason from a great success to a fall from the altar is that there are many symptoms in the shared office industry. One: Blind expansion leads to increased risk. Under the trend of shared office, many companies
blindly expand or start price wars in order to occupy a larger market share, burning money to exchange users. This leads to problems such as capital chain breakage and out-of-control expansion, making the company in trouble. Second: the price is b2b data too high, and the degree of matching with domestic enterprises is not high. Shared office pricing is based on workstations, and the pricing is not friendly to small businesses, but once the company has too many teams, the price is almost the same as renting a traditional office building. Small businesses are not cost-effective,
but large companies do not need it. This embarrassing situation makes shared offices only rely on start-ups, but the stability of startups is not high, and it also casts a veil of uncertainty on the shared office industry. It is not difficult to see that it is an indisputable fact that the overall development of the shared office industry has slowed down. However, at the same time as the industry was reshuffled, the emergence of the epidemic caused a near-destructive blow to the entire shared office industry, and the veteran players were the first to bear the brunt.