A common question many startup founders and small-business owners without office space find themselves asking is, “Where do I go for meetings with potential clients?”
Two new apps may just be the answer. There’s PeerSpace, which lets people use extra spaces rested out by other small business owners, and Breather, a website and iOS app that promises to provide access to clean, safe and beautiful rooms that users can rent by the hour or for the day. The spaces are outfitted with WiFi and seating, and your phone acts as the door to unlock your reserved space. (Right now the service is limited to New York City and Montreal, but the site’s FAQ hints at the possibility of expansion.)
Would you use either of these services?