WeWork buys Teem
WeWork makes its third-biggest acquisition to date, shelling out $100 million for a software startup called Teem
WeWork, the eight-year-old, 800-pound gorilla in the co-working space, hasn’t been known for being terribly acquisitive, despite the billions of dollars it has raised and its valuation, which one of its biggest investors, SoftBank, apparently believes to be approaching $35 billion. But they are breaking out now with the purchase of Teem, a conference room scheduling software.
We continue to see validation in our space with forward thinking companies like WeWork leading the way in technology integration at the office.
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