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These days entrepreneurs are getting their start in coworking spaces. It’s a business-friendly alternative to a garage, bedroom, or basement.
The Penn State SBDC, which offers one-on-one confidential no-cost business consulting and low-cost seminars to pre- venture, start-up, and existing small businesses located in Centre and Mifflin counties, will be at SpringBoard on July 16, 2019 from noon to 5 p.m.
Want to try out the coworking experience? Pack up your laptop (or favorite device!) and head down to SpringBoard for a day of Open Coworking (free!). It's open to entrepreneurs, remote workers, or anyone that just wants a change of scenery from their 9 to 5 spot!
We say coworking, you say innovation. We say coworking, you say growth. We say coworking, you say creativity.
The balance of co-dependence and independence is at the center of what coworking is: The sweet spot of a startup, if you will.
Coworking spaces are changing the way that small businesses and remote workers perform their job duties. More and more often, people are starting to explore coworking spaces as options for their 9 to 5 jobs.
Managing your business finances can be confusing. State College-area banker Chad Feather, of BB&T Bank, is here to help.
The TechCelerator Model Works! Just ask any one of the nearly 100 companies that have successfully launched. These startups have created nearly 200 jobs and generated more than $14M in revenue.
As a part of the mission of Bellefonte SpringBoard and Downtown Bellefonte Inc., we aim to help small business owners and entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground. Within 12 to 18 months, it is our hope that they’ll move into spaces in our beautiful downtown, and continue to grow the local economy.
Pressure. Constraints. These are just some of the adjectives that might come to mind with the idea of cubicle work. There are benefits of course, but at what cost?
The winners of the 2019 SpringBoard Startup Challenge were recently featured in the Centre County Gazette!
Starting a business is a lot of things. It’s rewarding, it’s challenging, it’s fun. It’s also one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. That’s why, when it comes to how you spend your time and who you spend it with, collaboration is important.
You may have heard about our recent contest opportunity, the SpringBoard Startup Challenge. If there was an aspiring entrepreneur with a great idea who hadn’t taken the next step towards reaching their goals yet, or a fairly new business owner that could use a little extra cash to market their business, we encouraged them to enter.
Small businesses are stepping up and communities are supporting it.
The new year is coming, so you’re probably thinking about your resolutions right? If not, it’s never too early to get started, especially if you have the mindset of an entrepreneur.
While you’re reading this, the chances are you’re sitting in a coworking space. And if you’re not-- maybe you should be.
”It is the same with people as it is with riding a bike. Only when moving can one comfortably maintain one’s balance,” Albert Einstein wrote to his son in 1930.
Coworking isn’t just for startups and entrepreneurs, which is the common misconception. Coworking also isn’t just for extroverts. In fact, the fastest growing segment of their business is members who work for large corporations.
Forbes magazine recently estimated the number of coworking spaces around the world at nearly 14,000 outposts offering a range of support services along with a space to do your thing.