Indian-American real estate veteran Sandeep Mathrani new CEO of office-sharing company Wework
Sandeep Mathrani will replace Sebastian Gunningham and Artie Minson.
Real estate veteran Indian-American Sandeep Matharani will be the new CEO of office-sharing company, American real estate company WeWork and the company announced this on Saturday. He will take up his position on 18 February 2020. Sandeep Matharani report to the company’s executive chairman, Marcello Cloar who will remain as executive chairman.
Office-sharing real estate firm, WeWork was founded in 2010 by Miguel McKelvey, Adam Neumann, and Rebekah Neumann headquartered in New York City. The company provides offices to other companies and shared workspaces for start-ups for technology in partnership. WeWork managed over 4 million square metres.
Real estate veteran, Sandeep Mathrani holds a Bachelor of Engineering, Master of Management Science, and Master of Engineering degree from New Jersey. Previously, Sandeep has been CEO of the Brookfield Properties and Warnedo Realty Trust. Sandeep is no stranger to struggling companies.
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Currently, Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham is the CEO of the company. Both of them will remain with the company until Indian-American Sandeep Matharani handles the business properly, to ensure a smooth onboarding process. The duo has served as co-CEOs of We Co, the parent company of WeWork. WeWork operates with the financial support of SoftBank.