ZapFloorHQ has raised €1m (about £0.89m) to develop its co-working space
management platform. The investment has been provided by the LeanSquare
investment fund and Stefan Grosjean.
ZapFloorHQ is a platform
for co-working spaces and multi-user office buildings that not only handles back-end
administration for building managers and building occupants with its SaaS (Software
as a Service) platform but also helps develop them into genuine communities.
Thomas Celen, co-founder
and CEO of ZapFloorHQ, which is based in Antwerp,
“We believe that managing a workspace is more than just managing an office.
ZapfloorHQ turns shared offices into a streamlined, operational whole. Thus saving
time for community managers, which they can then devote to growing a truly
inspiring community. This finance will allow us to expand both our team and our
international focus; so we can offer our platform to more business centres and
co-working spaces in Europe and the rest of
The WeWork brand tends to
dominate the co-working space of course. However, it shouldn’t be overlooked
that there are many other entrepreneurs active in co-working now, each of whom
are bringing a different kind of imagination and innovation to the concept.