“We are excited to bring Deskpass to Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, two of the fastest growing cities in America for flexible workspace.”
CHICAGO (PRWEB) September 11, 2019
Deskpass, the innovative leader in shared workspace access, announced today that its monthly subscription service is now available in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to give freelancers and remote workers a convenient and affordable way to check out a curated selection of shared workspaces and conference rooms.
“We are excited to bring Deskpass to Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, two of the fastest growing cities in America for flexible workspaces,” said Sam Rosen, cofounder and CEO of Deskpass. “With growing demand for flexible work options and so many to choose from, it can be challenging to find a coworking space that fits your needs and personality. Deskpass allows you to try multiple locations without having to make a pricey long-term commitment.”
Using its website or mobile app, new subscribers can sign up for Deskpass’s “mini” plan for free and work at up to four locations per month. After the trial the plan is $49 a month, representing a significant savings over the day rate at most spaces. Monthly Deskpass membership includes access to its entire network of more than 350 coworking locations and hundreds of hourly workspaces in more than a dozen cities nationwide — including 30 coworking locations and 101 meeting spaces in Dallas-Fort Worth and 15 coworking locations and 35 meeting spaces in Houston, with more coming soon. The website and mobile app allow members to filter locations by proximity, amenities, parking options and more.
For those who work remotely more often, the part-time plan includes up to eight visits a month for $99, and full-time members can use the service 20 times in a month — or every day Monday through Friday — for $199. Part-time and full-time members may visit each coworking space up to five times a month, and unused days roll over to the next month. Annual plans are also available.
“While some people are happy to work at home, many prefer a more active, inspiring and communal environment,” Rosen said. “Deskpass is the perfect transition tool for folks to get out of the house or the coffee shop and into a more professional, work-focused environment. We partner with a wide variety of providers, from local independent coworking spaces all the way up to multicity networks, making it a fantastic way to explore coworking and connect with a vibrant community of other remote workers.” He noted that nearly 4 million Americans now work from home more than half the week, according to a report by job search company FlexJobs.
In addition to coworking options, Deskpass offers the ability to book hundreds of conference rooms, private offices, training centers and additional meeting spaces by the hour at a discounted rate. The service takes the legwork out of searching for a meeting room in an unfamiliar city, and makes the reservation process fast and easy.
According to a report by Colliers International, Dallas was the number one city in the United States for coworking growth in 2018, adding 250 percent more flexible workspace since 2016.
Founded in 2015, Deskpass is a monthly membership that offers affordable as-needed access to an ever-growing network of professionally managed coworking spaces and conference rooms to work, learn and meet in. Headquartered in Chicago, Deskpass is now available at hundreds of locations in 13 cities throughout North America, with more coming soon. Information on locations and plans is available at deskpass.com.