Kinglet plays matchmaker between businesses with unused space and small businesses looking for a better place to work
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) February 08, 2016
Small businesses and freelancers looking to take their business to the next level now have an unprecedented opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the Cincinnati area’s biggest movers and shakers. Sure, you can try to get hired by one of these top companies but Kinglet is offering another way to work inside their spaces.
In conjunction with today’s Cincinnati market launch, Kinglet is showcasing space available for rent from Roadtrippers, Differential, Braxton Brewery, BLDG, and Powerhouse Factories.
Kinglet’s new initiative strengthens the company’s goal of playing matchmaker between businesses with unused space and those looking for a better place to work.
“Small businesses and entrepreneurs are not only seeking inspiring workspaces, they are looking for collaboration and networking opportunities” according to Kinglet CEO Alex Kopicki. “On the flip side, companies can populate their unused space with complementary users and talent. Imagine a design firm that is always hiring freelance photographers; why not allow them to set up shop in the space? It’s a win-win for both sides.”
Starting today, any Cincinnati area company with extra office space can create a listing for free. The space must be furnished and ready for use. Kinglet markets the space to small companies and freelancers looking for great space without long term commitments. Agreements are month-to-month and all legal and payment processing are handled online.
The Baltimore-based online marketplace has plans to expand to between six and ten markets in 2016.
- Launched in September 2014
- Kinglet has in excess of 1,000 listings in the Baltimore, DC, and Cincinnati Metro areas
- The typical Kinglet guest ranges from 1 – 6 team members
- Several hundred companies have found space using Kinglet