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BRIEF: Main Street Studios creates co-working space

July 18, 2014

By Vicki Hillhouse, Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, Wash.



July 18--A venue known for music is creating harmony for those who looking for co-working space.

Main Street Studios, 207 W. Main St., has opened its doors on Fridays for free co-working sessions. The doors -- as well as the couches, chairs and tables -- are open for those in need of a work environment. The sessions run 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and will continue through the end of August.

New to the concept? Co-working is a way for people who generally don't work for the same company to share a work environment. It's often utilized by those who are self-employed, but it's also open to those who do have dedicated office space. The benefits include having an alternative environment and getting the chance to bounce ideas off others.

The hope is to build some momentum for a rollout of a more official co-working schedule starting in September. Those who give it a try should bring their work and tools of their trade, along with lunch, should they choose.

Vicki Hillhouse can be reached at 509-526-8321, vickihillhouse@wwub.com or on Twitter.

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Source: Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (WA)


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