New York Post for PivotDesk
January 15, 2015
Startups often lease offices that are too big for their current needs but expect to fill with new employees as the company grows. But often, the newly minted CEOs later wish they could just rent out a few desks to help stop the burn rate and make the place look livelier to attract new talent.
On the other end of the start-up cycle, trying to find a place to take a micro-business from the living room to the boardroom is not a walk in the park, with rents running up from the $30s to $80s per foot for stylish spots, plus hefty security deposits to just walk in the door.
Enter PivotDesk. The online business-matching service was started by David Mandell in 2012 in Boulder, Co., to fill this niche.