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T. Works 2014
A Brady Arts District Coworking Day
All Day, March 7, 2014
Ford Building, 223 N. Main Street
9:00 a.m. Coworking begins
12:00 p.m. Forge Ahead Lunch with Josh Allen (separate RSVP required - $15)
4:30 p.m Brian Howe, ImpactHUB Seatlle
6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Cocktails, DJ and Art Gallery in the transformed Ford warehouse
Participate in a creative and innovative work environment with free WI-FI, coffee and amazing networking opportunities. [T. Works 2014] is an all day coworking event geared toward individuals and organizations interested in experiencing what a true coworking environment can be for Tulsa. Discover what a collaborative coworking space can do for your creativity and support the movement for Tulsa coworking! While there, you will have an opportunity to contribute to a community planning exercise where facilitators listen to your feedback and vision. Pop in for a quick tour or settle in for the whole day!
Register for this FREE event here!
CoWorking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment. Unlike a typical working office, those participating in a coworking space are usually not employed by the same organization and work independently. Coworking is particularly popular among those working professionals seeking a work environment that provides a social gathering of individuals who work separately but who are able to network, learn and share ideas from one another in a synergistic environment.
About our Speaker & Facilitator, Brian Howe:
Brian Howe is CEO of Impact Hub Seattle, a coworking space and launch pad for purpose driven ventures. He founded Vox Legal, a law firm that specializes in setting up structures for social ventures, start-ups, and nonprofits. Join the conversation as Brian Howe digests community feedback about co-working, share his experience starting the Seattle Hub, and give Tulsa some next steps to creating the Tulsa co-working space and the potential it can have on our community!
About our Forge Ahead Lunch with Josh Allen Dykstra:
The phrase "company culture" is getting thrown around a lot these days, usually followed by words like "Google," "Zappos," "ping-pong table," "organic employee cafeteria" and "20% time." But what if culture isn't REALLY about "perks," but is actually about something much more powerful-something that can be designed like an architect would design a building, or a landscaper would craft a beautiful backyard?
Josh Allan Dykstra is a recognized thought leader on the future of work and company culture design. He writes and speaks about the changing world of business, helping leaders and entrepreneurs thrive in the new economy.
When & Where
The Forge, The Mine & TYPros
The Forge is a place where raw ideas and passionate Tulsans are shaped into successful, sustainable businesses... It's a place where your ideas, your dreams, your innovations can take shape. We provide a trusted environment and a network of people and information needed to avoid the pitfalls that small but growing businesses face.
The Mine is a catalyst for social innovation.We’re equipping Tulsa’s entrepreneurs, creatives, non profits, and developers to create a better world. We’re part prestigious fellowship, part curated programming but all impact. Visit theminetulsa.com/events for more event listings. The Mine is powered by The Forge, George Kaiser Family Foundation, The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, and the University of Oklahoma Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (CCEW).
The mission of Tulsa's Young Professionals is to attract and retain young talent in the Tulsa region while also establishing Tulsa's next generation of business and community leaders. Learn more at www.typros.org.