A seed round bolsters a global office-space platform
Room service: Kia Rahmani of ShareDesk. Source: Photo Š Andreas Chudowski

As a recent MBA grad juggling consulting and project-management gigs, Kia Rahmani alternated between working from home and camping out at cafes. Craving a more professional workspace, he discovered the perks of renting a desk at a co-working facility. That's when lightning struck.

"Flexible work, collaborative consumption and sharing-economy companies like Airbnb and Uber were really taking"

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