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Flexspace co-founders Justin Law and Eyal Lasker met while working as engineers at WeWork

Flexspace Launches Corporate Solution for Hybrid-Remote Occupiers 

San Francisco-based Flexspace has launched a corporate solution for hybrid-remote companies, designed to provide a seamlessly integrated platform to discover, book and manage flexible workspace on-demand directly from existing workflows.  

The company also announced a $6-million seed investment round, led by M13, with participation from R-Squared Ventures (which led the pre-seed round), Magenta Venture Partners, and individual investors including former and current Silicon Valley executives from Uber and WeWork.  

The capital will be used to expand the network of operators throughout the United States, and further develop Flexspace’s product for teams with technology integrations 

Flexspace co-founders Eyal Lasker and Justin Law met while in senior growth product and software engineering roles at WeWork. In 2020, the pair formed Flexspace to address the need for easy access to collaborative workspaces for both scaling startups as well as established companies supporting hybrid workforces amid blurred office lines created by the pandemic. 

Pictured, from left: Justin Law and Eyal Lasker.


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