Tag: Splacer

[Splacer in The New York Times] Renting your home out, by the hour

Splacer, which started in Tel Aviv, has attracted 700 New York City listings since it entered the marketplace in 2014. A third of the spaces are residential, and the rest are commercial, like restaurants, galleries and warehouses. Peerspace, a San Francisco-based company, arrived in New York in November 2015 and now has 600 listings in this market, about 150 of which are residential. And about a third of Thisopenspeace’s 300 listings in the city are residential. Read more on The New York Times...

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[Splacer in The Jerusalem Post] Shattering Stereotypes

Splacer is like Airbnb, but you don’t have to stay overnight. The brainchild of Adi Biran, CEO, and Lihi Gerstner, CMO and CPO, with Lior Ash (male), CTO, Splacer provides a platform where individuals or organizations can offer their real estate to individuals, organizations or companies looking to rent space for an event or meeting. These are not run-of-the-mill rental halls. These are unique and often otherwise inaccessible locations. Read more on The Jerusalem Post...

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[Splacer in NoCamels] Splacer, Israeli Airbnb of event spaces, offers coolest party pads

Splacer, which combines the words “space” and “place”, is an online marketplace for event spaces. The startup curates and lists over 1000 spaces in the US, with hundreds of listings in major US cities including: New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Just two weeks ago, the company announced it has expanded into the Miami market and plans to add more metro areas in the coming months. Read more on NoCamels...

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[Splacer in Globes] Splacer matches events with unique venues

Israeli company Splacer, which is developing an online platform connecting property owners with event organizers, is expanding its business throughout the US. Splacer mediates between owners of unique venues and people who want to set up creative events, including cultural gatherings, workshops, photo-shoots, exhibitions, pop-up events, etc. Unlike other platforms offering event venues, Splacer offers private and commercial sites that are not necessarily designed for events, including galleries, art studios, residential lofts, urban gardens, and industrial warehouses. Read more on Globes...

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