BOSTON, Dec. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SwingSpace has expanded to Boston to help companies find their best possible coworking solution. Established in Washington, DC, SwingSpace is the place to self-search coworking options by selecting a desired neighborhood, number of desks, and monthly budget. Boston is an ideal market for SwingSpace because of the dense innovative start-up community and the increasing number of coworking organizations serving that community. SwingSpace has the largest growing number of Boston Area coworking locations, allowing any user to quickly compare their options.
In addition to helping prospective tenants find coworking, SwingSpace is helping coworking companies further define themselves through photo and video. Casey Hogan, Community Manager at The Food Loft, explains her experience, "Working with SwingSpace could not have been easier. When we first got in touch, all we had to do was set a date, have a few tenants ready to talk about The Food Loft, and their team took care of the rest. They got great footage and photos and made us an awesome profile in no time. We know this will help us grow our reach and find more food companies that can benefit from our space. We're so thrilled SwingSpace is launching in Boston, and are thankful to be part of their launch here!" Other leadership in coworking are pleasantly surprised with the efficiency of the posting process. Wes Walker, owner and president of Intelligent Office, Boston, shares "The setup and production of our listing was completely seamless. The SwingSpace team came to our center, unobtrusively interviewed selected members for testimonials and videoed our space. The quality of the video production was excellent."
SwingSpace is stripping the vail of the assumption that all coworking is the same, by highlighting what makes each company and location unique. By doing this, users and coworking companies alike can strengthen their specific community, whether non-profit, tech, food, government, law or anything in-between. Pioneer to the coworking craze and current co-founder of Boston Offices, Mark Wiatrowski, comments "SwingSpace is delivering office space like the TV news. They are taking a very modern approach, both tech and design wise, to leasing office space. Online videos allow users to grasp a truth about each space without physically having to tour." The goal is to visit www.swingspace.com and seamlessly go from #searchtoseat.
Co-founders, Richard McBride (SwingSpace CEO) and Zak Kidd (SwingSpace COO) started SwingSpace in Washington, DC because they realized that small and growing companies would be better served with a streamlined office leasing process. The platform has become the largest marketplace for coworking in that area.
Market Driver and Boston Lead for SwingSpace, Bridget Brown, exclaims "It's exciting to help create the solution to finding the right small office space. Getting to share that solution and breaking down the different flavors of coworking in the Greater Boston Area is a treat. I love revealing some of the hidden gems of coworking in different markets."
Visit www.SwingSpace.com for more information and to check out available listings that are added daily.
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SOURCE SwingSpace, LLC