BEIJING, June 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Ucommune International Ltd. (NASDAQ: UK) (“Ucommune” or the “Company”), a leading agile office space manager and provider in China, today announced another step forward in its partnership with Juli Xinfang, a Chinese e-commerce platform focused on the new house trading market and secondary property market. Ucommune began its in-depth and long-term cooperation with Juli Xinfang in 2017. Juli Xinfang has established offices in many of the Company’s community projects across multiple cities in China, including Chengdu, Wuhan, Shijiazhuang, Kunming, Chongqing, Dongguan, and Ningbo.

Juli Xinfang established its offices in the Company’s Kunming Joy City Project (the “Project”) in 2019. This Project is one of the Company’s flagship projects and has over 8,000 square meters of office space, incorporating the local elements of geology and bamboo structures into its modern architectural design. The Project also features a unique skylight, which not only fills the Project’s office spaces with natural light, but also helps reduce its overall energy consumption. By installing partitions, temporary reception areas, and smart office space modules in the Project, the Company has been able to achieve an exceptional level of space flexibility at the Project to better serve its enterprises.

The Project is located in Kunming, the capital city of Yunnan. Situated on China’s southern border, Yunnan maintains a comprehensive transportation system connected to both domestic cities and neighboring countries. As the largest city in Yunnan, Kunming is an important business hub and transportation gateway to South and Southeast Asia for China. Kunming’s unique natural resources and demographics have also increased its importance to China’s Belt and Road Initiative and thus provided the city with strong future development potential. Meanwhile, the establishment of the China (Yunnan) Pilot Free Trade Zone in Kunming has significantly increased the prominence of the city’s overall business environment.

The success of the Project illustrates Ucommune’s continued expansion throughout southern China as well as in South and South East Asia. To date, Ucommune has set up multiple project communities in Singapore and has thus obtained a profound understanding of the region’s local business environment and regulations. By leveraging its expertise in Southeast Asia, Ucommune will attract more businesses to Kunming, fuel the development of regional economics, and attract more funds, knowledge, policy expertise, and technology to Kunming to further advance China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

Peng Chuhan, HRBP of the Kunming branch of Juli Xinfang, commented, “It has been more than two years since we started cooperating with Ucommune on the Project. Since then, our team member headcount for the Project has grown by 50% and we have realized higher levels of efficiency in our operations and management. As our staunch supporter, Ucommune has shown us great care and assisted us in establishing a more modern and eco-friendly office environment to attract more quality tenants.”

Mao Daqing, the founder of Ucommune, said, “The deep experience we have accumulated over the past 6 years has provided us with competitive advantages in operating efficiency and agile office space management. Armed with these insights, we have gained a better understanding of the needs of different enterprise types and established a robust suite of standard operating procedures that can be implemented at scale. Going forward, we remained focused on enhancing our landlord value proposition to strengthen our existing client relationships and capitalize on new business opportunities.”

About Ucommune International Ltd.

Ucommune is China’s leading agile office space manager and provider. Founded in 2015, Ucommune has created a large-scale intelligent agile office ecosystem covering economically vibrant regions throughout China to empower its members with flexible and cost-efficient office space solutions. Ucommune’s various offline agile office space services include self-operated models, such as U Space, U Studio, and U Design, as well as asset-light models, such as U Brand and U Partner. By utilizing its expertise in the real estate and retail industries, Ucommune operates its agile office spaces with high efficiency and engages in the urban transformation of older and under-utilized buildings to redefine commercial real estate in China.

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