ShareDesk Launches Beta Airbnb for Workspaces

by Rob Lewis | Startups

In February Techvibes covered a Canadian startup with plans to tap the growing co-working and "collaborative consumption" trend by building an office sharing platform. We tagged their plans "Airbnb for workspaces." Today they officially launched in beta.

Vancouver-headquartered ShareDesk has built as slick platform that includes hundreds of office spaces worldwide—of which 650 are easily bookable online. 

As far as we know ShareDesk is the only Canadian company tackling workspace rentals online—their biggest competitor is US-based Loosecubes.

According to co-founder Kia Rahmani, SharedDesk is more flexible than other solutions and allows desk surfers to book multiple days, weeks, or months in a single transaction.

Nomad workers can search for shared spaces by city or even provide ShareDesk with the address of a convenient location where they would like to work.

And if you have a spare desk in your office, you can add it to ShareDesk in minutes by creating profile to showcase your space and start accepting bookings.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

ShareDesk is an online marketplace for shared workspaces. We provide a platform that allows mobile workers, teams, and startups to discover shared workspaces and book them under flexible terms. Whether you are traveling on business and need a conference room for a few hours to meet with clients in London, or a startup looking for a shared office space in San Francisco for a few months‐ you can... more

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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more

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