Gurugram, Haryana, India
Internet Services · Real Estate
Qdesq.com is a premier destination and nation’s largest tech-enabled platform for today’s workforce to search, sort and book a flexible and serviced workspace, without the hassle of a lease or brokerage and moreover completely Free of Charge (without any brokerage). Simultaneously, Qdesq.com is an opportunity to the workspace providers (corporate offices, landlords and occupiers, business centers, hotels and coworking spaces) to monetize their unused and vacant workspace inventory of work desks, meeting rooms, cabins, and private suites. We started our journey in Nov 2015 with an intention to create a new model for workspaces, in fact disrupt the traditional office leasing demand and supply equation. The mission is to convert square feet based industry into per seat based. Thus, started a tech platform to discover, evaluate and book flexible workspaces. The platform induces "on -demand", transparency and agility to the whole process. Qdesq is now the largest and fastest growing flexible workspace rental platform providing office seekers with ready to move in serviced offices, as per their budget, location and terms. These workspaces are branded coworking and serviced offices, unbranded shared offices and built to suit - bespoke private managed offices (with services and investments from an established operators). In terms of scale, we have 1645 venues with 5400 listings on our platform and we do 220+ transaction per month. We have been growing 4x YOY with gross transaction volumes poised at USD 6.2 MN for this year. Client Segments and Space Matrix: 1. Startups, freelancers and extremely budgeted requirements - Unbranded shared offices and neighbourhood coworking spaces. 2. Corporate Clients (established startups and Indian companies with flexible requirements) - Branded chains like Innov8, 91 Sprinboard, Awfis, Redbricks, indiqube, etc 3. Enterprise Segment ( with flexible requirements) - High end serviced offices like Regus Spaces, Wework, cowrks, skootr etc. 4. Enterprise with large built to suit requirements and want private managed office - Space providers from 3rd and 4th segments are pitched in, depending on location, client type and pricing.Something looks off?