On-demand storage startup MakeSpace gets another $55M

On-demand storage startup MakeSpace gets another $55M

Sheltering-in-place and working from home treating COVID-19 has driven a lot of us to restructure and de-clutter our living environments, and today among the start-ups that is profiting from that pattern is announcing a large round of funding to continue its development. MakeSpace, an on-demand storage business that makes it simple to shop, order and l_square_b … …] On-demand storage startups have sprung up all over the world, hopeful that their new take on an old-fashioned, important and fragmented ($38 billion each year invested on storage) market would lead to big returns in a brave, new, Uberified world. MakeSpace itself has actually struck a number of milestones that point to its own development. And while you may assume that an absence of home moving may imply less activity for storage companies, it seems the opposite is the case: MakeSpace and others like it have been designated “vital services” and its services have been in need for individuals who are looking at their living spaces– and the prospect of costs significantly more time in them doing more than just watching Netflix, consuming and sleeping– with new eyes. What’s likewise significant about MakeSpace is how it arranges its labor force. …