Mumbai startup Passwork offering 'Walk to Work' solutions raises angel investment
Passwork, a Mumbai-based marketplace for co-working spaces, announced that it has raised angel funding from Gaurav Gandhi, an avid angel investor with investments ranging across fintech to proptech and digital marketing veteran, Vivek Bhargava
Passwork’s remote workforce management software has been specially designed to help corporates efficiently manage their remote workforce by issuing e-passes for employees to come to a particular satellite office, QR code based check-in and check-out to analyze work hours, sharing virtual and physical meeting details on the Passwork app and keeping a tab on meeting hours to avoid work-life imbalance.
Mohit Malara, CEO & Founder at Passwork said in a statement, “Today we are present across 500+ accessible locations and 20,000+ workstations and with this influx of capital, we plan to foray into newer markets and expand the demand network into other countries. With many co-working spaces facing poor occupancy, we leverage our network of co-working brands to deploy a fully functional office for clusters formed based on analysis of corporate’s employee demographics. We believe this is the future of work.”