If you are a business traveler, you usually need to go through your checked-in hotel’s facilities like wi-fi, copiers, and printers. Or maybe, you would choose Airbnb for checking in and arrange for your workspace setup.
Well, in case you don’t have proper planning, this might just end up as wastage. This is where workspace-sharing outfit WeWork comes in, as Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. Therefore, Airbnb and WeWork are joining hands to make things easier for business travelers.
How are business travelers facilitated
Firstly, the aim of the collaboration is to provide you with a convenient workspace right from the beginning of your travel.
Secondly, this will enhance the offerings of Airbnb for the existing members.
According to Bloomberg, both the companies confirmed the collaboration. The trial period as per their pilot program will cover the following 6 cities – London, Sydney, Washington, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
As per this program, business travelers may reserve facilities at a WeWork location nearest to your stay.
Furthermore, Bloomberg revealed that Airbnb already provided an introduction to the entire plan. Earlier in 2017, Airbnb’s website came up with a ‘Business Travel Ready’ search tool. This offers you in finding homes, work desk and facilities like wi-fi, and other household necessary items.
Thus, the linkup of Airbnb and WeWork looks to benefit the entrepreneurs around the world, as both companies get to expand.
WeWork is already established in providing shared workspace, as it offers all location kinds, ranging “from brainstorming rooms to phone booths to terraces.”
This week will see the official announcement of the partnership between WeWork and Airbnb.
Source: Digital Trends