Premium co-working brand naked Hub appoints Reuter Communications in Hong Kong and China

naked Hub.jpgReuter Communications has been appointed naked Hub's agency in China and Hong Kong after a competitive pitch.

Founded by Grant Horsfield, naked Hub is Asia's leader in premium co-working, reimagining the work environment to make it more fun, healthy, and productive. Today naked Hub has 41 Hubs across China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, and other key Southeast Asian cities.
 
Nick Cakebread, Managing Partner, Reuter Communications, said, "naked Hub is an exciting, inspiring and dynamic company, pushing the boundaries and reinventing how people work.  We're delighted to be partnering with naked Hub to develop their brand and awareness in the region."
Jon Seliger, CEO, naked Hub, said, "Finding the right communications partner is key for naked Hub. We want a nimble, flexible agency with an entrepreneurial mindset to ensure that our dreams and vision are translated into the right messaging and execution. We have been impressed with Reuter Communications and look forward to working together."

As demand for co-working continues to boom in Asia, naked Hub is leading the evolution of the working space, based on its unique design, technology, community, and hospitality expertise. naked Hub is committed to introducing professionals to an innovative take on work and life, providing members with increased opportunities, and above all, fostering communication and collaboration among its communities both online and offline.

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