Furnish Hive's new office in NYC's most iconic building on a tight timeline of 15 days from the order, with ergonomic workstations including standing desks.
Furnish the 3rd floor loft and 4th floor penthouse in a 200 year-old retrofitted church that has a small passenger elevator, narrow staircases, and amid a snowstorm.
Hive is an all-in-one productivity platform that enables teams of all sizes to manage their workflows and insights in one centralized place.
There are countless productivity platforms out there, yet each typically provides the tools for specific tasks rather than a full suite of products built for users to manage their entire workflow. As Hive CEO and Co-Founder John Furneaux put it, "It's easier for me to see what my friends ate for brunch than to see what my colleague is working on." He and his team are on a mission to change that.
Hive offers solutions that handle everything from meeting scheduling to task and project management, and count Starbucks, IBM, The Economist, and more as clients. They combine everything you need to work efficiently and collaboratively, like chat, tasks, files, and email, into a single dashboard. Their software can auto-suggest plans or recap previous meetings; it enables managers to sign off on certain projects or comment what needs fixing; and it integrates with over 1,000 other productivity tools, like Asana and Dropbox, to import important information onto its platform.
In early 2020, fresh off a $10.6 million Series A funding round in November 2019, Hive made the move to its new headquarters in New York's most iconic building, One World Trade Center. Jovanna Feliz, Hive's Operations Coordinator, helped managed the office relocation and was responsible for getting things up and running quickly. That meant brand new office furniture for the team; luckily, she new just where to look.