LiquidSpace, a San Francisco, CA-based real-time marketplace for professional meeting and workspace, raised $14m in Series C financing.
The round was led by Roth Capital with participation from Shasta Ventures, Black Diamond Ventures and Lucas Venture Group as well as strategic investors in the commercial real estate sector including Avison Young, GPT Group and Steelcase.
The company intends to use the funds to extend its product capabilities and scale operations.
Founded in 2010 by Mark Gilbreath, CEO, LiquidSpace uses marketplace technology to dynamically match individual mobile workers and companies with professional work and meeting spaces that meet their needs – in real-time via web or mobile app. Customers including employees at multi-national corporations like Accenture, Teva Pharmaceutical, and Postmates, small business owners and individual freelancers use LiquidSpace to find spaces suited to their specific business activities such as sales meetings, interviews, strategy offsites, customer trainings, quiet work, legal depositions, swing space, Board meetings, etc.
The company currently offers more than 5,500 vetted, reviewed workspaces in over 600 cities across the U.S., Canada and Australia.