Flower’s Wayleader wants to grow to over 100 employees

Entrepreneur Garret Flower is driving some momentum in the US with his office parking technology company Wayleadr and plans to expand the team in the US and Ireland to more than 100 employees over the next 18 to 24 months.

Earlier this year, the company, previously known as ParkOffice, raised $4 million led by New York VC firm Third Prime.

The company wants to use machine learning to redesign the way buildings manage traffic to and from their properties.

Speak with ErgoFounder and CEO of Wayleadr Flower said the “future is bright” for the company.

He said Wayleadr’s team was “excited” after launching a Slack integration and surpassing an early milestone it had set, adding customers in 20 countries from New Zealand to the US, including the city of Los Angeles .

Flower said the company believes it is “building a whole new industry for automating the last mile to save time from people’s commutes.”

He added that the company is currently working with leading companies such as Sodexo, Indeed, L’Oreal, CBRE and eBay and plans to expand its team to over 100 employees to keep up with demand over the next 18 to 24 months.

“The new roles will open in the Ireland and New York offices – with an office expansion to California and Australia planned for 2023 and 2024,” he said.

The start-up was founded in Ireland. Flower and the company relocated much of the operations to New York to conquer the extremely lucrative US market.

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