Knotel, a flexible office space operator founded in New York in 2015, has recently raised corporate round of $60 million led by Norwest Venture Partners. With this new injection of capital, the total funding for Knotel rockets to $ 160M. Knotel designs and builds custom agile workspaces for established and growing companies. Moreover, Knotel operates nearly 100 locations across 4 cities and uses its proprietary Agile HQ™ Platform to help power its operations.
The company plans to use the additional funding to fuel expansion in both existing core and new markets, targeting both mid-market as well as enterprise businesses. Knotel previously raised a $25 million Series A round in 2017 in which investors such as Rocket Internet and 500 Startups participated.
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