British Flexible Workspace Marketplace, Hubble, Raises £1.2 million

Founded in 2014, Hubble is “an online marketplace that matches those looking for office space with those who have it,” with a particular interest in matching individuals and startups with coworking and shared workspaces in London.

A recent TechCrunch article reported that Hubble has raised £1.2 million in new funding. The recently acquired capital will be used to build out “a platform that will act more like a digital commercial property advisor that will better use the data Hubble has and is accumulating to automate the office search process in a more personal or bespoke way.”

Founded by Tushar Agarwal, Tom Watson, and Rohan Silva, the online platform is known for helping place startups in flexible and affordable workspaces. However, Hubble is expanding and starting to serve the needs of traditional SMEs and larger companies as the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit referendum has made flexibility quite desirable for companies headquartered and based in the UK.

Read the full TechCrunch story here.

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