WorkSocial partners with Flexspace to offer companies flexibility to book workspaces on demand

Jersey City-based WorkSocial on Thursday said it partnered with FlexSpace, a platform that offers employees the ability to discover, book and manage on-demand workspaces.

Flexspace allows the flexibility to book meeting rooms, private offices and shared workspaces as needed, with no commitment or upfront cost. Businesses, employees and entrepreneurs can now secure space at any of WorkSocial’s headquarters in Jersey City, through Flexspace’s booking platform.

WorkSocial is a female- and minority-owned coworking space that offers private, shared and virtual offices and flexible solutions that match the individual needs of entrepreneurs and businesses.

It was founded with the mission to support small business endeavors, community outreach, mentoring and entrepreneurial needs while promoting a lifestyle that matches an individual’s unique working needs. The company offers an array of options for startups, entrepreneurs and growing businesses, including private offices, day offices, coworking spaces, virtual offices and conference rooms.

WorkSocial provides an array of amenities such as virtual reception service, secure server access, shipping and mailing, onsite notary and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, printing, hot breakfast, lunch, beverages and snacks.

“I am proud to partner with Flexspace and make WorkSocial’s coworking, private offices, virtual offices and conference rooms even more accessible to business professionals through the easy-to-use platform,” said Natasha Mohan, co-founder and CEO of WorkSocial. “With more employees shifting to shifting to hybrid and remote working, we wanted to make sure our premium professional services were available to them on-demand, in real-time.”

Former WeWork executives Eyal Lasker and Justin Law founded Flexspace in 2020 to meet the needs of scaling startups and established companies to support hybrid workforces amid face-to-face contact limitations spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic. While social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have subsided amid vaccine rollout and decreasing infection rates across the country, the hybrid and remote working models have endured across various business industries.

The corporate platform was rolled out in May 2022 on the heels of the company’s announcement of its $6 million seed funding round. Spearheaded by M13, with participation from R-Squared Ventures, Magenta Venture Partners and individual investors, including former and current Silicon Valley executives from Uber and WeWork, the funding allowed the company to expand its network of operators in the U.S. as well as develop new corporate solutions.

“Today’s business professional is seeking flexibility in how and where they work,” said Lasker. “WorkSocial offers a variety of office options — from virtual to private offices, coworking spaces, training and conference rooms — that employees can use as needed and enjoy premium amenities throughout the space.”