There's nothing virtual about this new social networking platform-
Acme Works brings independents together for real world success
TORONTO, May 15, 2013 /CNW/ - Working from home can be convenient (and
who doesn't love the freedom to work in their PJ's on occasion), but
many solo entrepreneurs soon tire of the isolation or constant
distractions (like needy cats or dirty laundry), and yearn for some
daily interaction with living breathing coworkers.
To answer the call, Acme Works, West End Toronto's newest Coworking
space has recently opened its doors to create the ideal hub of activity
and social interaction for these solo acts, mobile workers, and even
small teams. This growing movement, dubbed Coworking, allows them to
collaborate, thrive and, grow in an environment that supports them with
amenities not typically found in a home office, or at a local café
table. Acme members can enjoy a shared kitchen, private meeting rooms,
a comfortable lounge space, a thoughtful suite of business services, 24
hour secured access, and even business advice from experienced
professionals including lawyers, accountants, marketers, and senior
executives available for consultation on an hourly basis.
The 8,600 square foot Acme Works space at 229 Niagara Street has been
re-imagined from what was once the home to Acme Textiles, and has been
suitably branded and outfitted to create an industrial luxe vibe, which
features polished concrete floors and wood finishes reclaimed from
demolished buildings and storm-damaged forests.
Principal, Christine Andrews invites solo entrepreneurs and creative
professionals to venture away from their home office desks, and visit
the new space for a quick tour. A drop in can easily be arranged
online at www.acmeworks.ca or simply by calling 416-479-4458.
SOURCE: Acme Works
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Acme Works Coworking