- The Instant Group has merged Davinci Virtual Office Solutions into its online marketplace for flexible workplace, making Davinci the leading aggregator globally for virtual offices.
- This comes a week after it was announced that IWG would merge its key digital assets with the Instant Group.
- Davinci will add virtual office solutions, meeting and day office booking options, as well as live receptionist services to Instant’s new workspace platform.
Last week, Instant announced the creation of the world’s largest independent marketplace for flexible workspace through the merger with key digital assets from IWG plc including: EasyOffices.com, Meetingo.com, Rovva and Worka.
Now, the Instant Group has merged Davinci Virtual Office Solutions into its online marketplace for flexible workplace, making Davinci the leading aggregator globally for virtual offices.
Davinci will add virtual office solutions, meeting and day office booking options, as well as live receptionist services to Instant’s new workspace platform.
Founded in 2006, Davinci provides virtual office solutions to over 50,000 companies and entrepreneurs throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Davinci offers over 5,500 virtual office locations around the world representing over 20,000 meeting spaces.
Martin Senn was the CEO and co-founder of Davinci Virtual Office Solutions until he stepped down, paving the way for Coco Quillen to become the company’s new president, effective January 1, 2022.
Given the vast majority of the locations listed on Davinci’s website are Regus operated, and the prominence of their listings, we expect that the greatest percentage of clientele could now be delivered to Regus/IWG.
Martin Senn, Chairman of Davinci said, “Joining with the Instant Group will allow us to scale our platform while introducing our clients to greater market choice across the flex workspace sector. With this merger, Davinci’s client base is going to gain access to the largest global inventory of workspace solutions.”
The merger between Instant and Davinci creates an indirect yet clear link with IWG, one of the largest providers of virtual office services in the world.
Does this mean that Davinci will now prioritize IWG’s virtual office inventory over other operators? Will smaller and independent operators get left behind in this new deal?
Exactly how Davinci intends to promote its network to virtual office users remains to be seen.