Coworking-spaces in Asia: A Business Model Design Perspective

9 page Publication by Ricarda B. Bouncken, Thomas Clauss & Andreas J. Reuschl in Hong Kong, China.
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Abstract in English:

Coworking-spaces are a recent phenomenon that spreads around the world. Coworking-spaces particularly rise and increase in importance in Asian countries because of the cultural (i.e. collectivism, high-context communication) and institutional contexts (i.e. mega-cities, digitalization, sharing economy) in Asia. Despite the various advantages of coworking-spaces, very limited understanding exists how coworking-space providers can design their business models for the differing user demands and their business models. To close this gap, we take a business model design perspective. We emphasize that coworking-space providers can use four layers of value creation and several value capture approaches to configure their business models along a continuum from rather basic efficiency-centered to novelty-centered full-service business models.

Open Access? Yes

Publication Year 2016

Publisher SMS Special Conference Hong Kong 2016

English | Discipline Economics