Four Affordable Solutions for StartUps

With unemployment rates still on the rise, many people have given up on looking for a job and have decided to take the initiative and create their own. Starting up your own company is always a bit of a challenge, but in an economy like this, people are even more unsure of themselves. The cost […]

Michael Brown to Speak at February Brown Bag!

When: Wednesday, February 3rd from 1-2pm Where: thinkspace Seminar Room-1st Floor Michael will be sharing his story about how he built his business, discussing how to create a dashboard and key metrics. Some of Michaels top customers that he’s created Dashboards for are: The Seattle Seahawks, Blue Nile, NBC, Microsoft, Treetop, Smithsonian, Boeing, Treetop, The […]

thinkspace Offers New Services to Help Small Businesses

NEW THINKSPACE SERVICES!! thinkspace has decided to provide some new services starting this year that we think will be a great help to our community! I’d like to highlight a couple of those here: Website Design: For just $500, we will create a website for you that will dazzle and drive your customers to call. […]

thinkspace In The News!

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… […]

Dan Pink on Coworking, “It’s more than simply real estate”

I attended Town Hall Seattle tonight to listen to Dan Pink talk about “What really motivates us”. Dan’s the author a bunch of books, his latest called “Drive”. Dan focused in on three things during his presentation: 1) Autonony, 2) Mastery, and 3) Purpose. I could go into details, but, I wanted to focus in […]