Commercial real estate landlords who want to reposition part of their properties as flexible workspaces currently have two options only: either create it by themselves or rent it out to one of the large flexible workspace providers.
The tech start-up, infinitSpace, has identified a gap in the market: it offers flexible workspace as a white-label solution for landlords and has raised one million euros of funding in less than six weeks. The investment will be used to scale the business in the core markets of Germany, Israel, the Netherlands and United Kingdom. The founders of infinitSpace are North and West Europe’s former MD of WeWork, Wybo Wijnbergen as CEO, his brother and serial tech entrepreneur, Wilco Wijnbergen as CTO and former Director of the company’s European expansion, Elad Hod as CGO.
The Amsterdam-based start-up targets all landlords wishing to transform their office building into flexible workspace. InfinitSpace provides fully operational services to landlords and activates common and other underutilised areas in office buildings.