San Francisco-based Eden, a workplace management platform, has named Brian Snow as vice chairman. Currently, Snow serves as managing general partner of Impala Ventures. Eden’s backers include Fifth Wall Ventures, S28 Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Y Combinator Continuity, ENIAC Ventures, Maven Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Canvas Ventures, Redpoint Ventures and Liquid2 Ventures.
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Eden, the market leading workplace management platform, has named industry veteran Brian Snow a Vice Chairman. In the role, Snow will report to company co-Founder and CEO Joe Du Bey, and play a key role in providing strategy for the 65-person company.
Eden is the first tech-forward facility management company, with all of the services and software needed to manage an experience-first workplace. The company is currently available to over 65 percent of the offices in the United States and recently launched internationally.
“I’m excited to work with Joe and the team to scale the company’s growth into new international markets and to leverage my relationships with landlords and global real estate services industry,” Snow said. “Eden is at the convergence of space and technology, where occupiers of space are demanding more and more from their environment. Now because of technology like Eden, they can power their workplace with a stack of solutions that makes their employees’ experience incredible.”
Du Bey said, “Brian’s industry expertise and deep network of colleagues in the commercial real estate sector is invaluable. Eden’s evolution now brings us to providing our marketplace of services and suite of vertical software to the largest landlords and property managers in the world, and Brian is an excellent partner as we do so.”
In addition to Snow’s involvement with Eden, he serves as the Managing General Partner of Impala Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on the intersection of technology and real estate. Snow is a former co-founder and CEO of Pristine Environments, an integrated facility management business, and was a Senior Vice President at Vornado Realty Trust, focusing on Vornado’s building maintenance service.
Eden powers the workplace operations for over 1,000 of the most innovative companies in the world. To date, Eden has raised over $15 million from top investors including Fifth Wall Ventures, S28 Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Y Combinator Continuity, ENIAC Ventures, Maven Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Canvas Ventures, Redpoint Ventures and Liquid2 Ventures. In 2018, Eden acquired OrgOrg, the largest social network for office managers and other workplace experience professionals. The acquired entity continues to operate independently.
Eden is the leading workplace management platform, making it easy for innovative companies to run their offices. Eden is available in 25 major global metro areas, with more than 2,000 service partners providing all facilities and workplace experience services required to run a high standards office. Top requested services on Eden include janitorial, handymen, IT support, electricians, plumbers, cabling, snacks, coffee, food delivery, and more. Using Eden’s platform, a facilities or workplace manager receives bids for any requested service, consolidated billing, service partner communication tools, and access to Eden’s ticketing / work-order software. Eden is based in San Francisco and has raised $15 million from top investors such as Fifth Wall Ventures, S28 Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Y Combinator Continuity, ENIAC Ventures, Maven Ventures, Comcast Ventures, Canvas Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Liquid2 Ventures, and other leading funds. To learn more about Eden’s workplace management platform, visit www.eden.io.