Fast Company for PivotDesk
July 17, 2013
Signing a long-term office lease is a big risk even for big companies. It’s hard to know what space you’ll need in a year or two. And, if something goes wrong, you could be left with empty desks and serious bills to pay. Equally, entrepreneurs don’t want to start paying for real estate in the Empire State Building until they know a project is going to fly. PivotDesk thinks it can help both groups. A web site for linking up people with spare space with folks needing a desk or two, it aims to help organizations be more flexible, and take some sting out of the leasing market.