Boulder, CO (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
Trada announced today that it has expanded the Codespace co-working space to include freelance graphic designers, giving them a free location to work without fighting for tables in coffee shops.
As one of the fastest growing startups in Boulder, Trada supports fostering the tech and freelance community in the city, and Codespace is just one example of its dedication to community outreach.
Trada created Codespace to give developers in Boulder a place to collaborate and get focused work done in an environment that had everything they needed – white boards, coffee, snacks, wifi and even foosball, all free of charge. The early success of Trada’s Facebook advertising marketplace caused them to recognize the need to offer the same type of environment for graphic designers, another strong force in Boulder’s community.
Trada’s recently launched Facebook ads marketplace includes a creative marketplace allowing graphic designers to generate ad images for Facebook campaigns running in the Trada marketplace while producing earnings on a performance-based royalty for every click or conversion generated by the ad.
“Boulder has a high concentration of talented designers who are doing amazing work,” said Niel Robertson, founder and CEO of Trada. “I’ve lived in San Francisco, Boston, and many other cities, but Boulder is a community that helps each other. We have this invaluable resource of designers in Boulder, and inviting them into Codespace was a logical extension for the space.”
Codespace is always free and offers three private co-working spaces and shared tables where anyone can work. To apply for one of the three dedicated co-working spaces, please visit Trada.com/codespace. For questions, please email codespace(at)trada(dot)com. To apply to become a graphic designer in Trada’s Facebook Marketplace, please visit Trada.com/facebook-experts.