Co-working space looks to offer community, camaraderie for local entrepreneurs
ANDERSON — An Anderson native is looking to offer entrepreneurs, telecommuters and artists a place to collaborate and learn from each other’s wins and losses.
Vesuvius, a co-working space, would tap into the growing number of people — projected to be 40 percent of the labor force by 2020 — who don’t travel to an office each day, but instead work from coffee shops, libraries, park benches or home offices.
The idea is that instead of pockets of creative professionals working by themselves… Read more on The Herald Bulletin
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Vesuvius Coworking Anderson Indiana is officially accepting waitlist spots to be among the first ‘Vesuvians’. Q.What does that even mean? A. By completing this form you are solidifying your place in line to become a founding member of Vesuvius. The first 25 will be invited to all VIP events and provided unique insights on the progress…
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