Got to speak with Mary Decker from The Redmond Reporter at our January Brown Bag and she had some great comments on the economy and things that thinkspace and Nancy Juetten (among others) are trying to do to help businesses succeed in such times. She even quoted me! (I definitely feel like a celebrity now… wink, wink!) To read more about thinkspace in the news, please visit http://thinkspace.com/press.
Mary presented us with a review of Nancy Juetten’s presentation and then went on to talk about the different things that thinkspace is doing to help out small businesses in the economy. Here is a quote from the article:
“The monthly educational events are “among the measures we have been taking to help out small businesses and startups in the area during this rough economic time,” said Alyssa Magnotti, community manager for Thinkspace.
Thinkspace is a LEED-certified, “green” building at 8201 164th Ave. NE, offering full-time or part-time physical and virtual office space for small businesses and entrepreneurs who want to avoid high overhead costs but have a professional setting to meet with clients — an alternative to working at home or a coffee shop.
“In an economy with such a high unemployment rate, more and more people are taking the initiative to create their own job for themselves by creating their own business,” Magnotti remarked…” To read more, please go to http://pnwlocalnews.com .