More and more entrepreneurs and freelancers are utilizing co-working/shared office spaces and it’s becoming a thing of the norm.
Co-working spaces are great for collaboration, professionalism and sharing resources – both mentally and physically.
They are great places to meet clients, work on projects, utilizes resources such as printers, copiers and fax machine, and some even provide you with an office street address.
We have worked hard to compile the ultimate list of co-working spaces in Philadelphia. Since pricing, amenities and info changes all the time, we felt it was best to give a list with a photo, a description of the space and a photo. We tried our best to capture them all, but if we missed a few, leave them in the comments, email us or tweet us and we’ll add them in when we update the list. These are in no particular order, so go ahead and check out the list.
The Corzo Center is a great resource for creatives. They offer programs, classes and free business consulting for entrepreneurs.
According to their website, the Center was formed to keep art where it belongs, central to society and an economy that requires ideas and imagination, and is guided by the belief that entrepreneurship is both a form of business innovation and a form of public and social action.
The Corzo Center offers programs for entrepreneurs such as:
- Intro to Entrepreneurship courses
- Entrepreneur office hours to connect with free business consultants
- and more
I do find that most of their events, classes and workshops are limited to UArts students or alumni but there are some that are open to the general public as well.
Be sure to visit the site: http://corzocenter.uarts.edu and sign up for their mailing list to keep abreast of all news and events.
Did you know that the Free Library of Philadelphia has a Business Resource Center at their Parkway Central Branch? More deets about that in an upcoming post but they are hosting a valuable event you just might need to check out!
Compiling Sales Lists
Wednesday, August 16, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Business Resource & Innovation Center
Parkway Central Library, 2nd Floor
Whether you sell to other businesses or directly to the consumer, you can compile free sales lists using library resources! Learn how you can create custom searches based on geography, sales/income and additional refining characteristics. We can even help you create saved searches to set alerts for new businesses or homeowners in your area! After the class, test your new skills in the BRIC.
To Register click here