Workspace solutions company Jabbrrbox said Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA) has become the seventh airport to add its productivity booths for busy airport travelers. Jabbrrbox booths provide on-demand, technology-equipped private workspaces for rent in 30-minute increments. Each Jabbrrbox is equipped with a desk and seating, Wi-Fi, USB charging, flight-tracking tools, terminal maps, and a photobooth app.
Jabbrrbox offers travelers private, phone-booth sized quiet places to work and make phone calls. They are available at New York’s LaGuardia Airport Terminal B, Pittsburgh International Airport (Concourse B and C) and on Concourse B at Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). Recently, two new booths were installed in New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4.
Jabbrrbox is a workplace solutions company bringing privacy to commercial and public spaces. Founded by Brian Hackathorn, a former Associate Principal at Studios Architecture, and Jeremy Jennings, an entrepreneur with a dynamic résumé that includes positions at Fortune 500 businesses and commercial interiors companies, it combines technology, comfort and privacy. The Jabbrrbox solution fills a critical void in the public and private marketplace and is engineered for today's modern mobile workforce.
Jeremy Jennings President of Jabbrrbox was mentioned in an article in the Financial Times regarding micro offices for a mobile workforce.
More than 150 Jabbrrboxes have been sold in the New York–New Jersey area. Fortune 500 companies such as the NBA and Audible have installed units in their offices, with hundreds more throughout the U.S. and a few in London, Berlin and Dublin. Since 2017 they have generated around $5 million in revenue, said Jeremy Jennings, co-founder and president.