LiquidSpace, according to the company, is not a workshare company.
Unlike WeWork, LiquidSpace doesn’t build, design, or directly operate the spaces is lists.
It’s working: LiquidSpace founder Mark Gilbreath tells us that the company is profitable and plans to aggressively scale.
Workspaces everywhere – not just cities Because LiquidSpace isn’t bound by the buildings and offices that it buys or leases, its location outlay is much more diverse than that of WeWork.
A map comparison of WeWork and LiquidSpace availability in Brooklyn with Manhattan in the background is telling: Dozens of LiquidSpace spots in Downtown Brooklyn and Williamsburg along with a smattering of locations throughout downtown and midtown all while WeWork’s outlay reflects something more corporate.
Running lean While LiquidSpace’s business model appears structured for scale, its internal workforce doesn’t reflect a company looking to take on the likes of WeWork.
Missed opportunities on social media One would assume that a company like LiquidSpace would want an active social media presence.