Gable Raised $16M to help remote employees work together from anywhere

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Gable, a startup that offers a platform for distribution companies to manage their office space, has secured $16 million in funding. The funding round was co-led by SemperVirens and Foundation Capital, with participation from Tishman Speyer Ventures, Ulu Ventures, and January Ventures.

Gable’s platform enables employees to view where their colleagues are working and book a desk alongside them, while the company can manage budgets and monitor employee satisfaction.

Gable was founded in 2020 by Liza Mash Levin and Omri Haviv, both former PM and engineering leaders at Microsoft. The platform has been embraced by over 50 companies and 5,000 employees who have reported a 4-5X increase in productivity, collaboration, and satisfaction.

The solution addresses pain points faced by HR, People Operations, Real Estate, and Workplace teams, and enables them to measure the effectiveness of their real estate spending while reducing real estate costs. Companies are increasingly offering their employees greater workplace flexibility, and Gable’s platform helps firms to manage their workspaces across multiple locations.

According to Gable’s co-founder and CEO, Liza Mash Levin, the company’s platform addresses the changing needs of employees in today’s workforce. Many workers want the flexibility to work remotely, but they also want to be able to connect with their colleagues and collaborate on projects. Gable’s platform enables companies to provide a flexible workspace that meets these needs, while also giving them more control over their real estate spending.

Gable’s recent funding round was co-led by SemperVirens and Foundation Capital, with participation from Tishman Speyer Ventures, Ulu Ventures, and January Ventures. The startup raised $16 million in funding, which it plans to use to further develop its platform and expand its operations.

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