It was Maisha Burt’s (an entrepreneur) desire to find a working place that serves both work and comfort that was the reason behind “WorkChew”, her $2.5 million business idea.
It was before the pandemic when Maisha Burt (an entrepreneur) decided to look for a new work environment. After thoroughly exploring her city for suitable locations, the question popped up: co-working space or traditional office?
Maisha Burt located a restaurant that provided a great environment to grab a bite and work. It’s then when the idea of “WorkChew” came to the surface, an organization that turns hotels and restaurants into on-demand flexible workplaces.
On March 17, the startup announced that they have raised $2.5 million on their first round. The deal was led by Harlem Capital including participation from many solo investors and investment groups.