“Growth is the king.” The pursuit of high growth seems to be a must for IT entrepreneurs. Whether it is the original GoGoVan, the auction App Carousell, the rental sharing platform Airbnb, Uber, etc. are all aimed at growth. Too many projects that successfully attract capital are aimed at high growth, as if to seize the market is the winning way for these new models of IT entrepreneurship.
With this boom, office rental services have changed, from the original rental model to a new business center model, and then to a shared office model. The revenue model is also changed, from pure renting to recruiting different types of members, to venues booking. In addition to that, it also relies on the gathering of investors and project sponsors to lure investment and entrepreneurship projects and obtain considerable rewards.
Certainly, there are shared office leaders who cooperate with large local banks to jointly organize financial technology innovation centers and cultivate talents. However, how long can these shared office models last? It depends on how many local people believe in technology entrepreneurship. If these new models are unfortunate, they are just a bubble that repeated ten years ago, or the shared office is just a bubble!