Chinese private equity firm Yung Park has led a RMB200 million (US$30 million) series B round of financing in Nash Work, a Beijing-based shared workspace start-up.
Existing investor Beijing Kunlun Tech Co., Ltd. also participated.
Founded in 2013, Nash Work previously received RMB30 million series A investment from Beijing Kunlun Tech in 2015, according to Chinese media reports.
The company claims to operate a network of 97 co-working space locations serving 2,600 start-ups.
Yung Park is a Shanghai-based growth capital private equity firm headed by David Loh, an ex-CEO of Mapletree Investments Private Ltd., a unit of Singapore’s Temasek Holdings.
Last month, UrWork, a similar Chinese start-up, completed a RMB300 million (US$46 million) pre-B round from Chinese commercial property developer Yintai Land and Zhongrong International Trust Co., Ltd.
In March, China’s Legend Holdings and Hony Capital led a US$430 million funding round in WeWork, a U.S. co-working space firm. Both UrWork and Nash Work are trying to recreate WeWork’s business model in China.
Legend Holdings and Hony Capital invested in WeWork with a view to help expand WeWork in China.
During the past four month, WeWork has started operating in Hong Kong with two co-working space locations and Shanghai with three locations.