Co-working spaces are expected to represent 75 per cent of the workforce by 2025. According to a 2015 PwC report, The Future of Work: A Journey to 2022, only one in five workers want to be located in an office, with most preferring to use collaborative work spaces or to be able to log on remotely. Apart from the chance to bounce off ideas and network, co-working spaces usually offer workshops, talks and services, including secretarial and digital marketing. Tapping the growing trend in Asia-Pacific, New York-based WeWork launched in Hong Kong in August 2016, opening its first space in Causeway Bay and another in Wan Chai last February. Founded in 2010, the unicorn start-up aims to create a world where people, “work to make a life, not just a living.” It currently has about 80,000 members in more than 100 locations globally.