WeWork announces Kat Hartigan as VP of Enterprise for EMEA

WeWork announces Kat Hartigan as VP of Enterprise for EMEA

WeWork, the global shared workspace and community company has announced the appointment of Kat Hartigan as Vice President of Enterprise, overseeing EMEA operations. She will take up this role with immediate effect.

Based in London, Hartigan will be responsible for driving the sales strategy and go-to-market execution across WeWork’s EMEA region to meet the global demand for WeWork office spaces.

The promotion recognises Hartigan’s role in driving the company’s EMEA business strategy and strengthening WeWork’s profile, as well as further expanding the business and its impressive member portfolio.

Prior to joining WeWork in 2016 as a Business Development Director, Hartigan was Global Head of Sales and Partnerships at luxury member club Soho House and Co where she was in charge of the sales strategy and their international business development.

“Kat brings an established track record of sales success for globally recognised brands. Her market expertise will be instrumental as we expand our global network and shape the future of work in EMEA. I am confident that Kat will excel in her new role, ensuring that enterprise businesses and WeWork members find the work environments they need to thrive in today’s economy, and that we meet our EMEA market goals with tenacity and creativity”, says Giulio Limongelli, Head of Revenue for Europe, Australia and Israel.

“I am excited to take on this role during this exciting period of WeWork’s growth and acceleration,” says Kat Hartigan. “WeWork has set the bar by anticipating the evolution of the workplace and delivering the environments that attract and nurture top talent to large companies across the region. As Vice President of Enterprise, EMEA I am thrilled to be a part of the company’s next phase of development.”

Hartigan has a BSc in Psychology & Behavioural Neuroscience from The University of New South Wales and gained a Corporate Real Estate certificate from Cornell University.

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