Vayable's pop-up office has moved from Paris to New York City to get closer to their biggest US market.

Vayable is a peer-to-peer platform that matches travelers with local insiders who can create, book, and host unique and personalized travel experiences for them.

Though originally San Francisco-based, the startup's new headquarters take the form of a pop-up office, which first moved to Paris and now resides in New York City.

The ‘pop-up headquarters' approach helps keep the team focused on the wants and needs of their global audience and also helps them experience different cultures — which is something that the company aims to do for their users.

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