The 5,000-hotel group has entered the race for the expected rise of ‘working from anywhere’ as an alternative to the office or home, offering workspaces for £35 a day with the added perks of room service and a bar below.
Proptech has the power to speed up planning and increase engagement in public consultations, according to the newly appointed chief operating officer of VU.CITY, which is trialling three products intended to transform the creaking planning system.
London-based electric vehicle infrastructure company, Connected Kerb, has secured £720,000 from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy as part of a consortium for a pioneering EV charging project, Agile Streets.
The continuing migration to flexible office space underlined a resilient performance during the past year with the specialist management software provider’s US business showing year-on-year recurring revenue increasing 43% to £8.0m from £5.6m in 2019.
The European proptech VC has appointed Levi Levenfiche to lead global fundraising efforts, following the first closing for its third institutional fund, supported by Great Portland Estates, Patrizia, Revcap and Assura.