Earlier this month, the World Economic Forum published a groundbreaking piece that touched on CoLiving for the first time. In this article, it explains how the widespread affordable housing challenges that plague millions of urban residents can be alleviated through this new movement. It’s exciting enough that the WE Forum is finally talking about CoLiving as a major viable solution, and even more exciting that they’re recognizing the role of tech in making this all possible. This Arcadis article specifically mentions Kndrd as a leader in expanding CoLiving for a broader market to make this housing option more accessible and automated. We’re so incredibly grateful to have been noted as a positive force of change in this market. Here's our response.
What is Kndrd Building? One of the biggest problems plaguing modern society is real estate and social challenges. People are signing away their paychecks on rent and feeling increasingly isolated. Kndrd’s goal is to solve these problems through the CoLiving movement by making it easier to book and manage these spaces so that everyone can catch on. Kndrd is not just a CoLiving Management Software. While that’s one part of what we do, it doesn’t even come close to what we’re achieving and building as a whole.
Kndrd is proud to announce Nabil Kabbani as the newest member of its board of directors. Nabil is a business powerhouse with the history to prove it. A glowing background in Tech firms, Fintech, and BPO/Services, plus a swath of CEO experience, makes him the perfect advisor to Kndrd. His global experience focuses on middle-market companies and divisions searching for $50-$500MM growth, while implementing vision, culture, and innovation.
Revolutionary coliving software, Kndrd, has become part of the inaugural Techstars program, the Arcadis City of 2030 Accelerator, Powered by Techstars, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Along with only 9 other startups, Kndrd was chosen from a pool of hundreds of competitive innovators from around the world, representing the best and brightest of technologies that will define the future of urban environments.
Kndrd is thrilled to have Henry Evans on our team to help advise us on the user acquisition side, customer satisfaction, and investor relations.He has been successful on the front lines and in leadership capacities in software companies, hardware companies, commercial real estate firms, and manufacturing organizations.