JLL Spark Invests In Qdesq, India’s Leading Digital Broking & Co-Working Technology Platform
Silicon Valley-based venture capital arm of JLL, JLL Spark, has invested an undisclosed amount in India’s largest flex-space technology platform, Qdesq. Through this investment, the proptech focused fund has marked its first India focused investment, it said in a statement.
With this investment, Qdesq plans to invest heavily into the analytics capabilities of its technology platform to allow enterprises to self-solution their future real estate footprint and also allow commercial asset owners to create viable co-working and flex spaces within commercial complexes.
Ramesh Nair, CEO & Country Head – India, JLL said, “The investment in Qdesq taps into the growth opportunity that the flexible workspace segment offers. JLL’s strong corporate relationships across the globe, combined with Qdesq’s technology platform and preferred partnerships with flex space operators, will help us provide a more comprehensive solution to our clients across 35 cities in India.”
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