Thesquarefoot

  • Street Culture: Startups Bring the ‘Sharing Economy’ to Commercial Real Estate

    … Commercial real estate has so far been slow to adopt technology solutions, sticking with many of its traditional roles and processes to navigate a crowded, demanding market. But new companies like PivotDesk, TheSquareFoot, Fundrise, and PeerRealty are starting to change that, filling gaps left by the limits inherent in long-established…

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  • Company Culture Priorities for 2016

    … customers. 2) Know whom and what you’re looking for. The heart of every company’s individual culture is its employees. Small companies that are scaling fast and hiring dozens of people in a short time frame risk misidentifying what kinds of people they want. Cat Hernandez, talent partner at the primary investment firm TheSquareFoot, a real estate…

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  • Street Culture: HR Strategies for Startups

    … to dismiss that step when the business puts on pressure, but the initial investment can only help things that matter down the line like time to hire, candidate quality, and offer acceptance metrics.” Primary is the leading investor for the New York City-based real estate company TheSquareFoot, which helps businesses find local office space via its SaaS…

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