CoWorking

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THE EC TEAM IS HERE!

We are continuing our work of supporting on-campus and off-campus entrepreneurs and small business owners through online and phone communications, while our coworking space on campus is closed.

Connect with us via phone at 734-249-5880, or through email at [email protected]; we are here for support and resources. For current business owners and future entrepreneurs, we offer one-on-one appointments via phone or video to assist you with your business questions and challenges. If you are interested in discussing your current questions, please submit a Business Assistance Request and we will be in touch!

To learn more about the Entrepreneurship Center, please watch this short video.

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Please know our coworking space is temporarily closed, please see here for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates for our campus.


What is Coworking?

What is coworking?“Coworking spaces are generally for start-up businesses and entrepreneurs looking for a better alternative to working from home. Often you’ll see these spaces occupied by freelancers getting their name out by helping growing businesses and are not tied to any specific business or industry. The benefits to these spaces … is that they afford start-ups with an opportunity to stay lean, an inexpensive avenue for community and collaboration, as well as a lively and dynamic atmosphere that inspires productivity.” – WUN Systems


 

 

Local Coworking Spaces

Other coworking spaces in Southeastern Michigan – note these may have membership fees for office space, technology resources, and their hours or services may have changed since March, 2020.


Upcoming Events

 

 

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