LiquidSpace Raises $1.3M in Funding

LiquidSpace, a San Francisco, CA-based web and mobile platform that allows users to find on-demand office and meeting space, raised $1.3m in funding.

This latest round adds to the $6m Series B funding raised earlier this year (read here). Previously, in May 2011, the company had closed its $3.785m Series A round led by Shasta Ventures (read here).

Backers included new strategic investors Steelcase, a global leader in the office furnishings, products and services industry, and CBRE Group, Inc., a commercial real estate services and investment firm.

Founded in 2010 by Mark Gilbreath, founder and CEO, LiquidSpace is a real-time marketplace that enables users to find and book a space to work or meet (coworking venue, business center, hotel lobby, library or private office) by the hour or day. It serves modern professionals who use the platform to book office or meeting space instantly and companies which need to manage their workforce’s workspace needs both internally and externally.



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