CoWorking Shared Space

/ˌkōˈwərkiNG/

noun

The use of an office or other working environment by people who are self-employed or working for different employers, typically so as to share equipment, ideas, and knowledge.

"the whole idea of coworking is to bring bright, creative people together and let the ideas collide"

Open the door, and come on in. Here we celebrate the innovator, entrepreneur, maker and those who just want to hang out and do their thing surrounded by a lot of really cool and interesting people.

In this space we build community, family…it’s what happens when a work place is more than just a desk and some equipment. Here is where you can move past networking and delve into collaboration and partnering, if that is what you want.

So, go ahead, stay awhile; whatever your work style we probably have a chair, bean bag, or space that is just your speed.

There is plenty of room at the Wide-Awake Geek table.

(d3x/dt3 need not apply – we’re happy folk here)

Rikki & Chuck
Co-Founders, Wide-Awake Geek

Coworking space is all membership driven; all members have access to all facility equipment and benefits*. Membership levels are based on privacy needs. Your choices: 1) bring your stuff and take your stuff with you; 2) leave your stuff in shared space or 3) your own private suite.