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  • PivotDesk’s New Office-Sharing Marketplace Helps Startups Find Affordable Office Space

    PivotDesk’s New Office-Sharing Marketplace Helps Startups Find Affordable Office Space

    Ask any entrepreneur about what it’s like finding the right office space for their company, and they’ll probably respond with a grimace and some grumbling. Few light up at the thought of it. Founders have enough to worry about in trying to build an awesome product, please their customers, find quality talent and raise money without adding the struggle to find office space to the list. Read More

  • Loosecubes Secures $7.8M From NEA, Accel To Become The Airbnb For Shared Office Space

    Loosecubes Secures $7.8M From NEA, Accel To Become The Airbnb For Shared Office Space

    Loosecubes, the community marketplace for shared workspace, has today announced that it has secured $7.8 million in series A financing, bringing its total funding to $9 million. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates and Revolution Ventures, with participation from previous investors, Accel Partners and Battery Ventures. As a result of the round, Tige Savage of Revolution Ventures and… Read More

  • 42Floors Takes Commercial Real Estate Online (Because Searching For Office Space Sucks)

    42Floors Takes Commercial Real Estate Online (Because Searching For Office Space Sucks)

    Jason Freedman, co-founder of the new YC-backed startup 42Floors launching today, says he got the idea for the startup because “searching for office space just really, really sucked.” The reason the process was so miserable, he says, is because he was powerless. To find commercial real estate, he had to go through brokers who all insisted they had access to proprietary data. But… Read More

  • This Just In: People like Facebook and YouTube

    Almost 40 percent of 18 to 24 year-old office workers said that they would consider leaving their jobs if their access to Facebook and other popular web sites was blocked from their work computers. The survey was given to 1,000 office workers and included other sites as well, YouTube being one of them, according to vnunet.com. The survey by IT services firm Telindus found that 39 per cent of… Read More