Five years ago today, Brad Neuberg first wrote about the idea of coworking and inspired the future of work. In Reno, it took two years to find the space, the money and execute the plan, but on January 1st, 2010, Reno Collective Coworking opened at 250 Bell Street in downtown Reno. Now after 8 months, Reno Collective is home to over 15 entrepreneurs, small business owners and freelancers including Think Kindness,Â Social Chorus, David Calvert Photography, Lively Labs, Reno Passport and satellite offices of Fuze andÂ Apex Performance Solutions.
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Want to learn more? We're offering free drop-ins this week (Aug 9 - Aug 13) for anyone who wants to come check out the space and get some work done. It's an inspiring and motivating place to work with wifi, printers and coffee brewed daily from The Hub Coffee Company. If you have any questions, you can reach us by phone: 775.393.9650, Twitter: @renocollective, Facebook or email: email@example.com.