WeWork’s SPAC Path to Going Public Raises Questions
Telemus Director of Investments Matt Dmytryszyn in GlobeSt.com.
“Under its new management team, WeWork is repositioning its focus away from smaller businesses and positioning itself as a solution for larger, enterprise customers,” Matt Dmytryszyn, director of investments at registered investment advisor Telemus tells GlobeSt.com. “In a post COVID-19 world, this makes sense as companies relook at their real estate exposure and may not want dedicated space under long-term leases in as many locations.”
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