African American Business Owners Excited About Affordable Co-Working Office Spaceby Greater Diversity News June 6, 2017 0 comments
WHO: SpaceLab Detroit, the newest co-working facility for professional business owners
WHAT: A grand opening and tour of SpaceLab’s 5,200 square feet of modern office suites, design library, conference rooms, project display areas, and a community kitchen, all designed to accommodate architects, interior designers, engineers, real estate professionals, artists, community development organizations, other entrepreneurs and service-providers
WHEN: 6pm to 9pm on June 8, 2017
WHERE: 607 Shelby St., 7th floor, downtown, just blocks from Cobo Center
WHY: A Motor City Match Round 4 Space Award recipient and Round 7 grant awardee, SpaceLab provides an affordable opportunity for independent business owners to share the prime, downtown Detroit office space with some of the city’s most influential corporations and organizations. Karen Burton, SpaceLab CEO and community manager, began developing SpaceLab Detroit, in response to the need to give “solo-preneurs” access to the same amenities and some of the visibility larger companies use to advance their brands.
SpaceLab Detroit is scheduled to host Detroit’s first AEC (Architecture, Engineering and Construction) Hackathon, an international, multi-city design and technology event in the fall.
For more information, visit www.spacelabdetroit.com. Media may contact Brenda V. Peek at (248) 227-1350.