About Deskwanted

Deskwanted Makes Coworking More Effective

Over 900 collaborative spaces worldwide already use Deskwanted – both coworking spaces and private shared offices. Our free tools make it easy to organize members, bookings, payments and internal communication.

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Deskwanted is a global network of coworking spaces and shared offices which offer their vacant desks to a community of independent workers. Individuals can find a place for short or long periods in shared working locations in hundreds of cities worldwide. As well as a search-and-booking system, Deskwanted offers a web-based workspace management tool which makes it easy to run a coworking space or shared office. Users can organize finances, book meeting rooms, interact with coworkers and improve the function and profitability of their location.

Deskwanted was founded in Berlin in 2010 by Carsten Foertsch and Joel Dullroy, and grew quickly to become the main information source for the coworking movement. In 2011 it joined the YouIsNow start-up incubator program run by Immobilienscout24, Europe’s largest real estate portal. It is using this support to develop tools for coworking spaces and their communities. Deskwanted also operates Deskmag.com, an online magazine about coworking – the leading source of news and information about coworking. Deskwanted is the organizer of Social Media Week Berlin, and the co-organizer of Coworking Australia conference.


+49 30 24301 1056
+49 30 679 29 544
Deskwanted UG Almstadtstraße 8
10119 Berlin

Company information:

Deskwanted UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Almstadtstr. 8, 10119 Berlin, Germany
Directors: Carsten Foertsch, Joel Dullroy, Matti Biskup
Company registration number: HRB 138033
VAT number: DE 280 891 387

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