Coworking Spaces Formally Announce Coalition and Partnership with Charlotte Regional Business Alliance
Several coworking spaces across Charlotte and surrounding areas – from Fort Mill to Concord – have announced a formal partnership referred to as the Charlotte Regional Coworking Coalition (CRCC) dedicated to “keeping work local.” Our CMO, Rob Horton spoke with Dan Roselli, Founder, Packard Place; Kevin Giriunas, Founder, Advent Coworking; and Jennifer Belk Owner and Programming Coordinator, LOOM Coworking, Gallery and Events Space about what we can expect from the coalition.
We are pleased to partner with the CRCC and build business community awareness for this independent co-working collaboration. We are fortunate to live in a region that has achieved great things when our business community works together.
CRCC’s mission is to “keep work local.” The partnership between spaces is meant to foster local economic and social growth by keeping remote workers and small business-owners within locally-owned-and-operated coworking spaces. In order to contribute to the local economy, CRCC believes it’s vital to create ways for individuals and companies to stay connected within their communities, and to also avoid large, national commercial real estate corporations.
CRCC partnered spaces include:
More about CRCC:
Local coworking places in our community are critically essential to the future of our ecosystem. CRCC is committed to focusing our attention on getting workers back to work, creating a community connection, and adjusting to our “new normal.” Learn more about CRCC on their website and Instagram.