Q&A: Kr Space lays out ambitious office goals

WeWork's Chinese rival aims to become the world's largest co-working space provider by 2020 by expanding aggressively into other Asian cities.

Q&A: Kr Space lays out ambitious office goals

Lei Jun, billionaire founder of smartphone maker Xiaomi, famously pledged to forever limit the net margin on its hardware sales at a maximum 5%. In the red-hot co-working business, a 30-year-old serial entrepreneur reckons he can do something similar.

In an interview with FinanceAsia, Liu Chengcheng, founder of co-working space company Kr Space, explains how he plans to address the lack of afforable office space to startups with resource constraints. Kr Space's strategy...

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