Tushar Agarwal, Co-Founder & CEO of HubbleHQ, the leading online marketplace for finding and renting office space in London joins Bold Founder, Caleb Parker, to talk about the changing demands for the office.
Tushar shares why the traditional office is dead using data to back up his claim, and explains how landlords should respond.
The discussion covers how remote work going mainstream has created a new type of demand for the hotelification of workspace, a potential new model of CRE management services that is similar to corporate travel agents, and why brand has never been more important in commercial real estate.
Connect with Tushar on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamtoosh Connect with Caleb on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Caleb_Parker
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Questions in this episode
Hubble's 'Should we ditch the office?' Survey results :
Blog on the consumerization of commercial real estate: https://calebparker.me/featured-posts/workspace-service-needs-global-distribution-system-gds/
About Tushar Agarwal
Tushar is Cofounder & CEO of HubbleHQ, the leading online marketplace for finding and renting office space in London for fast growing companies and flexspace operators and landlords.
Tushar studied Economics at LSE (The London School of Economics) and spent 2 years working in investment banking before launching HubbleHQ back in 2014. He was Amazon's Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist in 2019.
He has led Hubble’s growth as they have gone on to raise £6.4 million over three rounds, from the likes JLL, Pi Labs run by famous PropTech investor Faisal Butt, Downing Ventures, Starwood Capital and Concrete.
Just to list a few of Hubble’s accolades, they are Deloitte's 26th Fastest Growing Technology Company in the United Kingdom, Property Week's ‘Proptech Innovator of the Year’ 2019, and last year they were voted as one of the ‘Best Places to Work in Property’ for a second year running.