Interested in learning more about co-working facilities?


Arrowhead Cooperative in conjunction with the Cook County Broadband Commission is evaluating the needs of co-working spaces in Cook County.  Together we are seeking ways which will allow users to benefit from the capacity of Arrowhead’s True North Broadband Services. 

On November 6th please join us at the Cook County Courthouse between 5:00pm and 7:00pm to share your ideas for co-working facilities in Cook County.  If you 1) are a resident who needs a place to work with good internet connectivity either on occasion or full time, 2) an entrepreneur who wants an interactive work site or if you are 3) a seasonal person who would like to work remotely so you can spend more time in Cook County away from the office, we would like to hear from you. 

Co-working spaces can be developed to function very differently based upon the needs of its users.  Should the space be designed to be open and allow for interaction among users or walled off spaces allowing for greater privacy? What services do you desire?  High-speed internet is a must, but how about access to voice conference capabilities, video conferencing, printing, and of course, coffee or maybe one of the world’s best donuts?

We will gather input on your needs and desires regarding office space, broadband access sites, and co-working facilities.  Please contact Bob Pranis at 218-387-2358 if you have any questions or email me at bpranis@northlc.com.

Learn about the Cook County Broadband Commission.

Learn about co-working facilities in the Twin Cities.

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