Our Startup Story: Introducing Uncubed (Denver Coworking)

John

This post won’t mean much to you if your’e not in Denver. Though if you ever find yourself passing through, know that there’s a desk waiting for you, no charge.

 

I haven’t gotten bored of 360|Conferences yet, in fact after a successful and profitable 360|Flex 2011 I’m very much excited for the future of 360|Conferences. That doesn’t mean I can’t explore new avenues.

Last week we signed a lease for a large warehouse. Large like 6000 sq/ft. It’s going to be called Uncubed, and it’s a coworking (among other things) space.

There’s no shortage of coworking spaces in Denver, I won’t lie, I can think of 4 off the top of my head and know of a few more opening. That said, there really is room for more, as the ones I’ve visited so far couldn’t be more dis-similar from each and for the matter from what we’re planning to do.

Most cater to some degree to creatives, as those communities are the ones most dialed into the coworking ‘thing’, but none are exclusive to those communities. Some have plastered fliers around Denver and no doubt have a really wide range of “butts in seats”.

While making money (at least not losing it) is a huge motivator for us (as it is with any business) our primary goal will be creating a space where the right people are hanging out. A place where we’re all in one room, with comfortable chairs, fast internet, great coffee, and most importantly, people we want to be around, and want to be around us.

To put is succinctly… Makers.

 

We’re just getting started, so stay tuned. But if you’re in Denver working from home or a coffee shop or (not to be too poachy) another coworking space. Check us out, we’re all about Denver Coworking. Right now the website is just a landing page (but feel free to sign up for the email blast that will let you know more) with all the regular social links, etc.


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