Espresa wants to help companies pamper their employees

The range of benefits that Silicon Valley companies offer employees may vary from dental, vision and 401(k) all the way to yoga massages, car washes and beauty services. With tech giants like Facebook and Google making a big deal about the benefits they offer, delivering and managing perks is a key part of any company’s strategy to attract talent now — and this is where Espresa comes into the picture. Source: TechCrunch, by  Lucia Maffei. Read More Here.

Espresa Launches Facebook-like Perks Service

Now your San Francisco Bay Area company can offer on-demand massages.

That is the promise of Espresa, which has launched an employee services app for companies to offer the same kinds of perks as the likes of Facebook and Google. Companies can use Espresa to offer employees personal services such as car repairs, dry cleaning, yoga or massage therapy. Source: Wall Street Journal, by SCOTT MARTINRead More Here.

Espresa Launches First Enterprise Platform for Improving Work-Life Balance with $2M in Seed Funding

PALO ALTO, Calif.Aug. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Espresa today launched the first platform that allows companies of any size to provide workplace services for employees. Employers use Espresa to deliver and manage services such as car repairs, dry cleaning, massage, and wellness classes through a simple mobile app or web interface. The platform is currently available to companies in the Bay Area, and will expand to other markets next year. Espresa also announced a $2 Million in seed funding from Crosslink Capital, Clear Ventures, TEC Ventures and angel investors. Read More Here

GetGoing Inc. team joins BCD Travel ahead of TripSource Hotels launch

UTRECHT, NetherlandsJan. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Global corporate travel management company BCD Travel has entered into an asset purchase agreement with GetGoing, Inc. of San Francisco. Technology developed by GetGoing powers BCD Travel's TripSource Hotels, which provides clients access to substantially more properties globally than are available in global distribution systems. Read More Here