NextSpace to Celebrate San Francisco Location at Nov. 4, 2010 Grand Opening Party

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NextSpace, Inc. will host a grand opening party on Thursday, November 4, 2010, 6:30 - 8:30PM, at their newest location in San Francisco. NextSpace provides membership-based coworking + innovation workspaces that promote collaboration, connection, and foster what CEO Jeremy Neuner identifies as, “The NextSpace Effect.™”

We're super stoked to invite San Franciscan's to our newest location for a chance to meet our awesome members and get a little taste of the NextSpace Effect, as well as welcome potential new members to the NextSpace community.

NextSpace, Inc., whose membership-based coworking + innovation environments promote collaboration, connection, and fosters what CEO Jeremy Neuner identifies as “The NextSpace Effect,” will host a grand opening party on Thursday, November 4, 2010, 6:30 - 8:30PM, at their newest location at 28 2nd Street in downtown San Francisco. The event marks the official opening of NextSpace SF, which opened in “beta phase” in June. The new location, near the Montgomery BART station at Second and Market, already has 53 members and is adding more each week. Including its inaugural location in downtown Santa Cruz, NextSpace boast nearly 250 members--entrepreneurs, freelancers, and independent creative professionals--who are busy creating the (r)evolution of Work.

In 2008, NextSpace opened it first location in Santa Cruz, CA with the goal of fostering a community of members that help each other with connecting, catalyzing, and creating their business ventures. Members use NextSpace’s professional workspaces, chat about their latest scheme to save the universe, or identify new business or market opportunities thanks to the collaborative community that NextSpace creates.

According to NextSpace’s COO, Iris Kavanagh, “We're super stoked to invite San Franciscan's to our newest location for a chance to meet our awesome members and get a little taste of the NextSpace Effect, as well as welcome potential new members to the NextSpace community.”

Music and mood for the event will be provided by San Francisco’s own Big Lion, a popular folk rock band, known for their “silk butter” sound, as described by Paul Terry of Wompus Music.

Wine will be sponsored by Corkbin, a mobile app company that allows members to capture their adventures in wine. NextSpace will be hosting a raffle benefiting the San Francisco Food Bank, with over $1,500 worth of prizes, and will be awarding free day passes to the first 50 registrants.

About NextSpace: NextSpace is the workplace for the new economy. NextSpace provides innovative physical and virtual infrastructure that freelancers, entrepreneurs, and creative class professionals need to succeed in the 21st century knowledge economy. The magic happens when NextSpace’s over 200 members collaborate. They share expertise. They refer business to each other. They combine talents to tackle larger projects. They even found companies together. It’s called “The NextSpace Effect” and it’s the single biggest value that NextSpace provides. To learn more about NextSpace, visit http://www.nextspacesf.com.

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