Startup That Turns Restaurants, Hotels Into Flexible Workspaces Raises $2.5M

A D.C.-based startup that turns underutilized restaurant and hotel space into flexible workspaces has raised its seed funding round. 
WorkChew announced Wednesday it raised $2.5M in a funding round to help it expand across the country. 
The seed round was led by Harlem Capital and also included participation from Wilshire Lane Partners, Invictus Advisory Group, Techstars Ventures and RW Capital Investments Inc. It also had individual investors including Kabbage co-founder Kathryn Petralia and Etsy co-founder Chris Maguire. 
The company had raised $225K from accelerators in 2019 and 2020 prior to the seed funding round, WorkChew founder and CEO Maisha Burt told Bisnow.
Founded in late 2018, WorkChew has locations…

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