NextSpace, Inc. is stated to host a Grand Opening party (open to the public) on Thursday, November 4, 2010, 6:30 – 8:30PM, at their new San Francisco office space on the third floor of 28 2nd Street in San Francisco.
NextSpace, Inc., promotes collaboration, connection on membership-based coworking + innovation environments and fosters what CEO Jeremy Neuner identifies as “The NextSpace Effect,” that will be celebrated by hosting a grand opening party on Thursday, November 4, 2010, 6:30 – 8:30PM, at their newest San Francisco office space (http://local.sfgate.com/157681/) at 28 2nd Street in downtown San Francisco.
The official opening of NextSpace SF is marked with the commencement of this event, which opened in “beta phase” in June. The latest location already has 53 members, located near the Montgomery BART station at Second and Market, with more locations coming up every week. This includes its inaugural location in downtown Santa Cruz, NextSpace that boast nearly 250 members consisting of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent creative professionals–who are busy creating the (r)evolution of Work.
NextSpace opened its first location in Santa Cruz, CA in 2008 with the aim of establishing a community of members that help each other with connecting, catalyzing, and creating their own business ventures. Members use NextSpace’s professional workspaces, chat about the latest schemes to aid and save the universe, or even identify with the collaborative community that NextSpace creates to implement fresh business or market opportunities.
According to NextSpace’s COO, Iris Kavanagh, “We’re super stoked to invite San Franciscan’s to our newest location for a chance to meet our awesome members and get a little taste of the NextSpace Effect, as well as welcome potential new members to the NextSpace community.”
San Francisco’s own Big Lion a popular folk rock band, known for their “silk butter” sound, as described by Paul Terry of Wompus Music will be responsible for creating the music and mood for the event. Wine will be sponsored by Corkbin (http://www.corkbin.com/), a mobile app company that provides members to capture their adventures in wine. With association with the San Francisco Food Bank, NextSpace will be hosting a raffle, with over $1,500 worth of prizes, awarded with free day passes to the first 50 registrants.