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“I became a member at StartUp Spokane about two years ago. As a remote worker, I was hoping to find a place I could get some work done that would get me up and out of the house. But I found a lot more. I found a place that connected me with creative people, community, and opportunities to network with like-minded individuals.

I love coming here every day and I’m very thankful for the StartUp team. I can’t thank them enough for all the support, positive reinforcement, professional guidance, business advice and introductions to important connections, as well as the friendship I’ve received over the years. I found more than just a place to “get some work done”, I found genuine people and created meaningful relationships with them. To me, that’s priceless, and I’m forever grateful for that.”

-Robert Nordin, StartUp Spokane Member

Located on the ground floor of the Spokane Entrepreneurial Center, StartUp Spokane offers a comfortable shared work environment that gives entrepreneurs, startups and freelancers the opportunity to meet, network, share and learn through collaboration.

Being a member of StartUp Spokane means not only a great shared work environment with other like-minded people, but access to business services and events, making StartUp Spokane a unique offering for those looking to take their business or idea to the next level. Coworking membership starts at $100/month.

In addition to membership, if you’re looking for ways to make connections or want to learn more about business topics, StartUp Spokane offers free entrepreneurial services and has multiple educational and networking events each month, such as Ecosystem Connect and an ongoing Lunch and Learn series.

Questions about the services StartUp offers or want to schedule a tour of the coworking space? Contact Kelly Naumann at knaumann@greaterspokane.org.

StartUp Spokane is a program of Greater Spokane Inc.

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