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!
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.
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.
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.
Green Team Tek
What is it: SaaS for SMBs.
Why it's interesting: So green. So very, very green.
Send a few interesting photos of your startup to us at info <at> foundersuite < dot com> !