Posts Tagged ‘coworking space’

Workshop Co. Closes Up Short North Coworking Shop

Workshop Co. Closes Up Short North Coworking Shop
As the exterior sign proudly proclaims at 851 North Pearl Alley, Workshop Co. was established in 2010. The Short North entrepreneurial hotspot will come to a close in 2014, as owner Brady Konya has decided to exit the coworking business to focus on other endeavors. “We announced to our members...
April 24th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Inc@8000 Continues to Build Ecosystem for Entrepreneurs in New Albany

Inc@8000 Continues to Build Ecosystem for Entrepreneurs in New Albany
After three years, New Albany’s business incubator, Inc@8000, continues to build a collaborative ecosystem for startups. The space at 8000 Walton Parkway provides offices, conference rooms and other shared areas for its tenants, as well as an invaluable, built-in network. Inc@8000 focuses on...
April 18th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

Salt Mines Device Lab Provides Free Testing Environment

Salt Mines Device Lab Provides Free Testing Environment
Imagine being able to test your new website or application on about any device you can imagine – for free. Clintonville coworking space, The Salt Mines, houses one of the few free device labs across the U.S. “If you’re testing a website or a native app, there’s a lot of stuff you can...
April 4th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More

SunDown RunDown Proposing New Investment Fund for Early-Stage Startups

SunDown RunDown Proposing New Investment Fund for Early-Stage Startups
Finding funding as a startup is often one of the biggest challenges a new business faces. That challenge becomes even more difficult for non tech-based businesses. Known for providing entrepreneurs a constructive place to pitch, SunDown RunDown is pitching their own idea to create a new investment fund...
March 13th, 2014 | Announcements, News | Read More

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton

Forgeworks Brings Coworking and Incubation Space to Franklinton
The re-purposed factory that is 400 West Rich can add coworking and incubation space to its long list of specialties come May. Forge Columbus is expanding with Forgeworks — a 3,900 square-foot space on the second floor to house local innovators. Founder Reese Neader wants to build a place where businesses,...
February 14th, 2014 | Entrepreneurial Support | Read More