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Editor's note: we are starting a new series called "This Is What Startup Looks Like" that aims to document the wide spectrum of startup office life...from the solopreneur renting a cheap desk in a crowded co-working space, to the overfunded startup with onsite yoga and a gourmet kale chip bar... and everything in between.  

If you have an interesting startup workspace, we'd love to feature you.  Just email a decent-resolution photo to info <at> foundersuite <dotcom> and we will do our best to include you.  We prefer candid shots-- e.g. see the team at Clef below-- vs. empty rooms or staged photos.  Thanks and fire away! 

-- Nathan


What is it: University incubator for startups founded by Stanford grads.
Why it's interesting: Giant wall of sticky notes from some of America's brightest minds.


What is it: Clef makes a mobile app that replaces passwords.
Why it's interesting: Subterranean basement. Intense concentration. Space invaders. Power tools.   


team clef hard at work solving password problems


Code For America
What is it: A non profit accelerator that matches city governments with web entrepreneurs.
Why it's interesting:  Cool offices.  Nice light, good energy. Entrepreneurs with a social-good purpose.


non profit start accelerator =hustle and flow


What is it: A way to annotate and embed photos.
Why it's interesting: Because it's probably the archetype of how 95.3% of startups get started-- in the founder's bedroom or home office.

startup home office

Green Team Tek
What is it: SaaS for SMBs.
Why it's interesting:  So green. So very, very green.


green startup office It's not easy being green

 Send a few interesting photos of your startup to us at info <at> foundersuite < dot com> !

Topics: startup office photos, This Is What Startup Looks Like

Nathan Beckord

Written by Nathan Beckord

Nathan Beckord is Founder and CEO of, a venture-backed startup that makes the leading CRM for raising capital. Previously, Nathan ran VentureArchetypes and served as advisor or interim CFO at dozens of startups, including Kickstarter, Clicker, Autonet, Zerply, and many more. Nathan has an MBA and CFA and is a fanatical sailor.