Entweder’s proven ventures have gained traction with their product. On that foundation they are now growing on the scale from start-up to scale-up. The ventures differ in their development phase but have in common that they will be sold as a scale-up. The new owner can start reaping the rewards with the general public.
SKEPP stands for Office as a Service. Its basis is Officelisting, which connects tenants and landlords. With Officeplanner, 100% flexible fit-outs are added. Officekit, a third product group, makes office buildings “smart” based on the free app. Started in the Netherlands in 2014 and now active in 8 European countries.
CampusOffices (re)develops urban locations with shared facilities for hospitality, technology, coffee, lunch, meetings, events, sports and “outside”. Locations that most of all enable working, with a custom workspace for every type of user made up of 100% flexible design elements and ditto lease agreements. Both start-ups and professionals feel at home at Campus.
Dreesz develops office buildings in which different types of workspaces come together in and around a social heart. This social heart is a place where tenants can come together and take part in the regular activities. Because after all, Dreesz is about sharing.
Organizations are developing faster than ever. Office buildings and their fit-outs however, are just as static as years ago. The consequence of this growing “mismatch” is that offices do not facilitate the growth of organizations at all. Tables, chairs and cupboards were already completely flexible but walls, rooms, dividers and booths were certainly not. RoomForTheNew has solved this problem with the development of a completely new prefab product line for privacy and separation in the office.
I would like more information about a proven venture.
Proven ventures differ in their development phase but have in common that they will be sold as a scale-up to then contribute on a greater scale to the evolution of the workspace.