- Mindspace announced it raised $72 million in funding.
- The funds will be used to power its expansion in the US, Europe, and Israel.
- The flexible workspace industry is expected to grow exponentially as more companies embrace hybrid and remote work models.
Flexible workspace provider Mindspace announced today that it has secured $72 million in funding from Harel Insurance Investments and Financial Services Ltd., More Provident Funds, Shalom Meckenzie, Arkin Holdings, and existing investors.
The company will use the funds to power its expansion plans in Europe, the United States, and Israel.
“We successfully faced the many challenges of COVID. Today, our locations are almost at full occupancy and the current investment led by Harel Insurance and More Provident Funds is intended to fulfill the rising demand in the market and to launch new locations in partnership with landlords worldwide”, says Zakai.
In the past year alone, Mindspace opened new flexible workspace locations in London, Tel Aviv, Philadelphia, and a new hub and spoke location outside Tel Aviv, at Yakum.
The flexible workspace sector is expected to grow exponentially as more companies embrace remote and hybrid work models post-pandemic. Currently, about 41% of Mindspace members are large enterprises and corporations, while 38% are SMBs.
The flexible workspace industry is expected to reach a market share of more than 30% by 2030. Recent studies predict that in the coming years, 43% of CRE occupiers will have 10-50% of their portfolio dedicated to flexible space.
Earlier this year, Mindspace launched “Hybrid”, a new service offering for companies implementing hybrid work models.