Grand Opening Held for Plainfield’s First Co-Working Space

PLAINFIELD, IN– Level Two, a co-working space located on the second floor of The Shops at Perry Crossing in Plainfield, Indiana, will be hosting their grand opening event on Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 4 P.M. to 6:30 P.M. Level Two is a non-profit organization established by Hendricks County leaders who saw the need to enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem within the community. The space, fully furnished with business office amenities, was financed by fundraising efforts and a big contribution from the Town of Plainfield. 

“The Town of Plainfield is excited about the potential of Level Two,” said Town of Plainfield Council President Robin Brandgard. “We value the opportunity to celebrate and support entrepreneurship while filling a need of additional office space.”

The co-working space is located directly above Finish Line and provides a versatile tool for entrepreneurs, small business owners, remote employees to have access to WiFi, a mailing address, coffee and beverages, and a unique work setting. Additionally, the space will incorporate programming such as workshops, training courses and networking opportunities. It is a space created to provide a quiet and productive place for meetings and general work day tasks.

“A lot of small business owners feel like they ‘are going at it alone,’” said John Anderson, a board member of Level Two. “We wanted to establish a collaborative environment where these individuals and other like-minded people could experience a support system while attending seminars on how to run and grow their business.”

As technology moves forward and the trend of remote working becomes more efficient and possible, co-working spaces will become even more popular. Having a professional space where entrepreneurs and remote employees can reserve a conference room to meet a client, attend mastermind groups, or bounce ideas off one another is an incredible asset. A recent survey of coworkers showed that co-working spaces helped their members feel more confident when they work, feel like they were healthier, like they had a better opportunity to complete tasks on time, and 60% of coworkers even felt more relaxed at home.  (Deskmag)

“As this non-profit grows and is strengthened by our members, we hope that those members and their businesses will establish themselves throughout the entire community. Our success plus member success will equate to overall community success! That’s the bright future we see for Hendricks County,” said Lora Steele, another member of Level Two’s board.

Those interested in gaining a membership are encouraged to attend the grand opening in order to see the space and discuss membership opportunities. 

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