New Co-Working Space opens in Downtown Kokomo

The HuB Downtown, a collaborative workspace, is open for business in downtown Kokomo. The HuB Downtown provides flexible co-working space for businesses that may not need a full-sized office but would like working space downtown.

The HuB Downtown owner Laura Caldwell saw a need for a collaborative workspace and decided the building at 104 E. Sycamore was a perfect fit.to do something to help small businesses be a part of that.”

The co-working space features six resident offices and 25-35 flex memberships. As well as having a permanent office space, the resident offices come with a b

“The focus is to blend entrepreneurs and general business people while encouraging and supporting entrepreneurs to help small businesses learn how to grow,” Caldwell said. “We love the vibe downtown and we wanted uilding receptionist, video conferencing, enterprise-level printing facilities, 24/7 security, and a conference room. The flex memberships, which range from $49 to $99 a month, offer amenities, such as a professional mailing address, high-speed Wi-Fi, conference tables, and lounge areas. Three businesses have already signed on for resident offices, including The Larison Company, a Digital Marketing firm focused on small businesses.

“We are excited about being a part of The HuB's new Co-Working community,” said Drew Larison, founder of The Larison Company.  “The Kokomo Entrepreneurial community will grow in this spot for years to come."

Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight said The HuB Downtown is a tremendous addition to the area.

“The city is happy to see a new co-working space that fosters entrepreneurialism,” said Goodnight. “The HuB provides a great space for creative people to work and interact with each other. A new space like this will help create and nurture new ideas.” 

For additional information: www.thehubdowntown.com