Coworking space Qdesq received undisclosed funding from venture capital (VC) company Gruhas, which specialises in the proptech sector.
The startup intends to use the capital to enhance its staff and capabilities, which will support the expansion and growth of both companies.
Addressing the growing need for coworking spaces in the workplace, Gruhas’ cofounder Abhijeet Pai said, “Coworking and managed offices have seen a surge in demand post the pandemic. Flexible and ready-to-move workspaces have become a way of life for corporates, small businesses, and startups alike.”
According to the business, since its introduction, Qudify has enabled it to acquire over 125 clients, enabling 200K interactions between visitors and workers of large companies. With the new product, Qdesq hopes to increase yearly growth thrice, as reported by inc42.
Qdesq increased its capabilities in 2022 with the launch of Qudify, a business SaaS platform, along with a network of coworking spaces. Qudify uses features including conference room management, an issue resolution structure, and QR-based visitation tracking to modernize and digitize workplaces and businesses.
The workspace platform with the quickest growth is Qdesq. At the national level, it facilitates and offers corporates and tenants flexible workspaces that are ready to move into. There are 4500 centers listed on the platform, encompassing 100 locations, with a run rate of 65000 desks that are booked for more than 10,000 corporates (of all sizes) annually.