Knotel, Inc. Stock

knotel.comReal Estate / Real estate softwareFounded: 2015Funding to Date: $439.51MM

Knotel is the developer of a flexible workspace platform that matches, tailors and manages space for customers.

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Management Team

Eugene Lee
Chief Investment Officer and Global Head of Real Estate
Edward Shenderovich
Co-Founder & Chairman
Jonathan Goldberg
Chief Operating Officer
Amol Sarva Ph.D
Co-Founder, Board Member & Chief Executive Officer
Joseph Meyer

Board Members

Linda Levinson
Amol Sarva Ph.D
Jeffrey Crowe
Norwest Venture Partners
Edward Shenderovich
Nodari Kezua
Peak State Ventures

News Highlights

A look at how proptech startup Knotel went from a $1.6B valuation to filing for bankruptcy – TechCrunch
This week, flexible workspace operator (and one-time unicorn) Knotel announced it had filed for bankruptcy and that its assets were being acquired by investor and commercial real estate brokerage Newmark for a reported $70 million. Knotel designed, built and ran custom headquarters for companies. I…
Former flexspace unicorn Knotel is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ahead of a proposed sale to an investor. Leaked numbers show how its financials worsened in 2020.
The company booked about $250 million in revenue for 2020 – a significant jump from 2019 – but liabilities have continued to rise, too.
In leaked email, Knotel CEO lays out how the troubled office company will rethink office spaces
The flex-space company continues to rack up lawsuits from landlords suing for rent nonpayment, and recently finished another round of layoffs.
Updated on: Feb 25, 2024


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