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WeWork’s Parent Company Makes Major Changes to Management of Business Operations

We Co., WeWork‘s parent company, is planning to make major changes to the management of its business operations after stakeholders expressed their dissatisfaction with the company’s unusual governance model ahead of its upcoming IPO. The firm’s parent company had initially proposed that 20 votes should… Read More

WeWork’s Management Might Slash Company Valuation to Under $20 Billion, May Also Delay IPO

US real estate company and shared office space firm WeWork might slash the valuation it’s seeking as a public company to under $20 billion. The New York-based firm is also considering postponing its IPO, according to the Wall Street Journal. WeWork’s proposed valuation cut comes… Read More

WeWork and Digital Bank Revolut Partner with Free Hot Desk Space

Revolut has announced an agreement with WeWork to provide Revolut for Business customers with 3 months free “hot desk space.” WeWork is one of the leading shared office space providers that has a reputation for hosting legions of early-stage companies around the world. The privately… Read More

WeWork Joins Forces With SoFi to Help Employees & Members to Tackle Student Debit

Online lending platform SoFi announced on Monday that it has joined forces with WeWork to help WeWork’s more than 3,000 employees and over 175,000 members take on their student loan debt. The lender revealed that this is its first SoFi At Work partnership to extend… Read More

Crowdcube Announces Additional Partnerships With CodeBase, Women of Wearables, Momentum, & WeWork

On Friday, UK-based equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube announced it has formed partnerships with Codebase, Women of Wearables, and WeWork. This announcement comes after the funding portal revealed its collaborations with Techspace, Level39, Central Research Laboratory, and Global Invest Her. Crowdcube revealed that its collaboration with WeWork… Read More

Crowdcube Partners with WeWork to Boost European Expansion

UK crowdfunding platform Crowdcube has announced a new partnership with fast-growing shared workspace company WeWork.  The new partnership will help boost Crowdcube’s European expansion goals.  Crowdcube will be opening offices in both Paris and Amsterdam within the next two months and will continue to roll… Read More

OFIXU Hits £75,000 Fundraising Goal on Seedrs

OFIXU hit its fundraising goal on Seedrs with a goal of about £75,000 (just over $91,000) to build out its sales and marketing teams.  The campaign hit its mark well before its deadline around mid-February. OFIXU calls itself the “Airbnb for workspaces”, allowing commercial office renters to lease… Read More

“For New York”: Online Lender Bond Street Forays into Online Publishing, Spotlights Small Businesses

Small businesses play a large part in the city.  Today marked the launch of For New York, a new online magazine from online lender Bond Street to spotlight the importance of these small businesses by interviewing their founders and owners.  Founded in New York City in 2014, Bond Street has… Read More

Bond Street Partners with ICB: Making More Funding Available to Small Businesses

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Bond Street, an online lending platform for small businesses, and ICB, the world’s largest bookkeeping membership organization, today announced a partnership to offer ICB USA members a “fast and affordable financing solution” for their clients, according to the release. The collaboration will enable ICB bookkeepers to… Read More

Bond Street Partners with Booker: Aims to Simplify Financing Process

Bond Street, an online lending platform for small businesses, and Booker, an all-­in-­one local service commerce platform, today announced a partnership to provide fairly­priced lending capital to help facilitate the growth of companies on the Booker platform. “Bond Street shares Booker’s mission to minimize the… Read More

Bond Street Partners Up with WeWork to Offer Loans to Member Companies

Marketplace lender Bond Street has crafted a new partnership with shared workspace provider WeWork to provide “fairly priced lending capital” to members ot the WeWork Community. David Haber, co-founder and CEO of Bond Street, said the two companies shared a passion to empoer entrepreneurs dreams…. Read More

Prodigy Network Plans to Add Short-Term Rental Apartments to its Growing Real Estate Portfolio

Prodigy Network, one of  the most prominent real estate crowdfunding firms, aims to combine shared workspace and short-term rental apartments, according to the The Real Deal.  The firm hopes to launch the concept, sources said, at three locations in Manhattan: 17 John Street, a project that generated $35 million in… Read More

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