WeWork charges

Ramp has processed transactions for WeWork.

You might see WeWork listed on your credit card statement as:
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WeWork could appear on your statement as:

What is WeWork?

WeWork is a company that provides coworking spaces, which are designed to be Not just a workspace, but a community and ecosystem. They offer a variety of workspaces, including private offices, hot desks, and dedicated desks, in locations all around the world. In addition to physical spaces, WeWork offers a range of services and amenities to help businesses of all sizes thrive and grow.

  1. Flexible workspaces: WeWork offers a variety of flexible workspace options to meet the needs of any business. These include private offices, hot desks, and dedicated desks, as well as custom-built spaces for larger teams.
  2. Networking opportunities: Members of the WeWork community have access to a global network of fellow entrepreneurs and professionals, making it easy to connect and collaborate.
  3. Business services: WeWork offers a range of business services to help companies stay organized and focused. These include mail and package handling, printing and copying, and on-demand meeting and conference rooms.
  4. Cultural events: WeWork believes that building community is key to success, and they organize a variety of cultural events and networking opportunities to help members connect and grow their businesses. These events can range from happy hours to talks and workshops.
  5. Access to other workspaces: WeWork members have access to all of the company's coworking spaces around the world. This can be a huge advantage for entrepreneurs and businesses looking to expand their reach.
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