Atlanta, Ga (Pitchengine.com) March 2016 - Open For Business is Atlanta's first co-working space dedicated to ambitious women business owners and start ups. Whether you’re just starting a business of your own, in need of a collaborative work environment, or working remotely for a company, Open For Business provides women of all ages and backgrounds a space to work and a community full of like-minded women. Open For Business will celebrate its grand opening with a series of events from March 26- 31, 2016. For more information on the events visithttp://ofbgrandopening.
Created by Nicole Garner Scott, the founder of 100 Female Entrepreneurs Global Business League, this 900-square-foot space resides in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward District better known as Sweet Auburn. The space aims to inspire collaboration, personal and professional development, mentorship, and empowerment . Open For Business will also serve as a venue for monthly events held by members and local professionals.
“Open For Business creates a women’s empowerment platform and provides a backdrop of entrepreneurs coming together. Being a woman in today's society is truly powerful. Being a business owner and creating a wave of ‘we can do this,’ we can create our startups, we can create Fortune 500 companies, is even more powerful. It allows our members to feel like they are not alone on their journey and access to resources to help them advance to greater levels,” states Tiara Larae Johnson (Open For Business, Managing Partner & Entrepreneur).
“What we really look forward to coming from the space is a place where deals can happen. We’re also looking for women to join together and pool their efforts to go for the larger contracts and larger pieces of the pie. It’s a collaborative mindset that truly advances us all," states Nicole Garner Scott (Open For Business, Founder).
Grand Opening events consists of our Book Club and Book Swap, Suja Juice "Unplugged", a "Get It Done" Task List work party, a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by Councilman Kwanza Hall, Councilman Andre Dickens and State Representative LaDawn Jonesimmediately followed by a toast and reception at neighboring business - M Bar. Special thanks to: #WeBeReading, the Pink Boss, Suja, M Bar and the City Of Atlanta. To RSVP to attend "Auburn Renaissance" event March 26 - 31, 2016, visit http://ofbgrandopening.
To learn more about "Open For Business" co-working or to sign up for membership visitwww.openforbusiness.space
About Open For Business:
Some days you just need to get work done. We know, we've been there. Why not treat yourself to a productivity boost by working out of Open For Business?
We created [OPEN FOR BUSINESS] to be both a community for women business owners ripe with learning opportunities and a physical collaborative work space where women could come to work.meet.learn. Located in the heart of the Historic Auburn Avenue District, the surrounding community is alive with new energy, innovation, young business owners and endless opportunity. Members of OFB are also connected with our parent organization "100 Female Entrepreneurs" and are able to tap into the resources of a global network of raw and rewarding girl power. For more information visit www.100FemaleEntrepreneurs.com
In Laymen's Terms:
Essentially [Open For Business] is a where your favorite office space meets your favorite coffee house vibes and births a collaborative baby with membership perks, workshops and a business BFF community.
Located in the heart of Sweet Auburn, we like to think of our space as
where Harlem Renaissance meets the modern day girl boss.
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