By Dylan Grant
Staying productive is no easy feat for entrepreneurs and remote workers. Even the most driven business professionals lose motivation when working from home. Set up shop at a cafe or coffee house, only to find the roar of steaming milk and babbling customers distracting.
Everyone deserves a space to hunker down, finish tasks and meet their goals. The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) created a collaborative coworking space at the HotHouse to fuel local entrepreneurship. Meeting rooms, a spacious lounge and 24/7 entry to dedicated office space are just a few perks of coworking. Foremost, the CIE HotHouse coworking space provides the support and resources needed to expand a business.
“Coming to work at the HotHouse was the first major game changer for my business,” said Lindsey McConaghy, coworker and founder of Monde Public Relations.
Coworkers also have full access to the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which offers professional business consulting from a variety of industry experts. Packed with innovators of all ages, the HotHouse atmosphere is lively and dynamic. Opportunity for networking is ever-present, as fellow coworkers are eager to share advice and a friendly smile.
“When you first walk into the HotHouse there’s an amazing vibe,” said SBDC Director Judy Mahan. “You can feel the energy and the commitment and the drive.”
Separate your home space from your workspace by becoming a HotHouse coworker in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo. You do not need to be a startup or affiliated with Cal Poly to begin your membership.
Sign up today or schedule a tour of the HotHouse by visiting the CIE website.
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