PivotDesk pairs companies with excess office space with entrepreneurs who need short term rentals.

Starting up a business can be a Herculian task. You have an idea but seeing it come to fruition requires a lot of work, gumption and a little bit of luck. One the greatest hurdles for entrepreneurs can be finding an office space to nurture your new business. The traditional property rental model, which is based on a long-term leases, may not be suitable for a company just getting off the ground and unsure of its own success. PivotDesk wants to ease the ordeal by streamlining the process and making it a transparent, online transaction that joins established companies with space to spare, with startups looking for space to grow.

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