Business Analyst, Market Analytics


How should we be thinking about our current and potential business landscape? Where should we go next? What’s a good city, neighborhood, or location? What does “good” mean? What are the relevant metrics, local and global trends in real estate, transportation, jobs, or crime? What are the firmographics for Bangkok? How do we determine and measure market potential, absorption, and saturation? When will be too late to enter a given market? How do we determine comparable markets and WeWork locations in the most objective, data-driven way? That’s where you come in.

WeWork is growing at an incredible pace. With more than 160,000 members and 178 locations around the globe, we are currently in 58 cities and 19 countries, and doubling each year. Our Market Analytics team provides impactful information, analysis, and tools which enable informed, strategic, and tactical decisions. Your audience and colleagues will span the executive, Real Estate, Sales, and Marketing teams.


  • Perform and develop analysis, visualizations, forecasts, and insights to answer individual questions, at a variety of geospatial scales.

  • Utilize GIS and home grown software to perform spatial data analysis and provide high quality graphic outputs and mapping.

  • Source relevant data. Identify, locate, and wrangle appropriate data, whether from a research report, World Bank database, or a third party API.

  • Integrate demographics, transportation studies, competitor landscape, as well as other data, into concise, user-friendly interfaces.

  • Keep up-to-date with the latest research reports and trends ranging from macro-level economics and job growth forecasts, changing nature of work, to real estate submarket analyses, sharing key findings with the team and other stakeholders.

  • Determine and recommend the appropriate indicators and metrics that we should track.

  • Work with our stakeholders to understand their priorities, questions, needs, and requests. Help term determine the team’s roadmap. What should we answer, analyze, or build next?

  • Work cross-functionally with proven ability to build strong working relationships and influence others.


You are infinitely curious and have a passion to learn. You want to help build a data-driven culture. You have an unwavering focus on precise communication and you welcome and look forward to iterative feedback. Your passion for data does not limit your ability to discuss current or subjective existing methods. Your strong interpersonal skills will enable adoption and encouragement of the market intelligence you create. In addition to you strong analytical and quantitative skills, you should have:

  • An analytical mindset, able to break down large problems, develop approaches and solutions, even under constraints of partial or ambiguous information, think laterally, and provide robust, objective and data-justified conclusions.

  • Be business savvy. Ability to identify and tackle the right questions that align with the business and maximize impact.

  • Two to four years functional experience required, preferably in industry and/or consulting analytics role, ideally in location intelligence.

  • Experience with geospatial concepts as well as tools such as Esri, QGIS, or GRASS.

  • Strong coding and technical skills in data extraction, munging, analysis, statistics, and visualization, e.g. SQL, Python/R and Tableau. You are a rounded and relatively self-sufficient analyst, well versed with modern analytical skills and tools, and with a strong geospatial flair.

  • Experience in business modeling and forecasting.

  • Impeccable and concise communication and presentation skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ability to work both independently and cooperatively in a fast-paced environment.

  • Attention to detail.

  • Self-motivated with a high degree of integrity, honesty, and ethics.

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