Published 1:18 pm CDT, Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Deskpass subscribers can use coworking space at TechSpace Houston.Deskpass subscribers can use coworking space at TechSpace Houston.
Deskpass, a company that connects entrepreneurs and others with shared work spaces and conference rooms from third-party providers, has launched in Houston.
The Chicago-based company has partnered with 15 coworking locations and 35 meeting spaces in Houston so far. They include Novel Coworking locations, TechSpace Houston in Westchase and Ranch Office. Members can filter locations by neighborhood, amenities, parking options and more.
Using its website or a mobile app, Deskpass members with a monthly subscription can sign up at 350 coworking locations and hundreds of hourly workspaces in more than a dozen cities nationwide.
“In today’s market with growing demand for flexible work options, it can be challenging to find a coworking space that fits your needs and personality,” CEO Sam Rosen said in an announcement. “Deskpass allows you to try multiple locations without having to make a pricey long-term commitment.”
Subscribers can sign up for a “mini” plan to work at up to four locations per month for $49 following a free trial period. For those who need more frequent access, a part-time plan includes up to eight visits per month for $99, and a full-time plan includes 20 visits per month for $199. The limit for using each coworking space is five times per month.
Deskpass also offers the ability to book spaces such as conference rooms, private offices and training centers by the hour at a discounted rate. Annual plans are also available.
Founded in 2015, Deskpass partners with a variety of providers, from local independent coworking spaces to national operators.
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