Think Space Columbus Opens to Provide Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses With Vibrant Meeting and Event Space

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Think Space Columbus is the newest resource offered by Your Management Team, Inc., Central Ohio’s small business and entrepreneurial advisory organization that also will open a women-in-business incubator by fall 2012.

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Many small businesses and organizations face enormous challenges in finding decent and inviting space for employee training, customer events, and many other programs. Think Space provides them with a creative and fun space to meet their needs.

Your Management Team, Inc. has opened Think Space Columbus for entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses in need of meeting room, training or event space.

Think Space Columbus, 24 Westerview Drive, Westerville, is available to organizations and businesses throughout Central Ohio, offering a spacious and naturally lit space with upbeat décor to promote creativity and engagement. The space, available for rent by the hour, half day, or an entire day, can be used for business conferences, workshops, meetings, roundtable discussions, networking events, and more. The flexible layout enables users to organize the room in any way they need it.

Think Space Columbus is a resource of Your Management Team, Inc., owned and operated by Mary McCarthy and Caroline Worley, principal attorney with Worley Law, LLC serving small and medium sized businesses throughout Central Ohio and Columbus. Your Management Team focuses on helping entrepreneurs learn about managing, funding, and growing a successful business.

“Many small businesses and organizations face enormous challenges in finding decent and inviting space for employee training, customer events, and many other programs,” Worley said. “Think Space provides them with a creative and fun space to meet their needs.”

Think Space is the precursor to Your Management Team’s larger plan to open Central Ohio’s first women-in-business incubator by fall 2012.

“An overwhelming majority of micro-entrepreneurs fail because of a lack of money or lack of knowledge,” McCarthy said. “For women who are starting businesses, often as a result of downsizings and other factors outside their control, the challenges can feel overwhelming. We’re committed to providing educational guidance and comprehensive resources in an environment where they can learn and grow together.”

A site has been selected for the incubator near Otterbein College. Your Management Team plans to unveil additional details by mid-summer.

Think Space Columbus is conveniently near I-270 and I-71 close to restaurants and amenities in the Westerville and Polaris area. Among the features of Think Space Columbus:

  •     1,400 square feet
  •     Rearrangeable layout accommodating 40-50 attendees
  •     Large front windows for natural lighting
  •     Free Wi-Fi for presenters and participants
  •     Projector with screen (which doubles as a white board)
  •     White boards
  •     Kitchenette with sink and counters
  •     Restrooms
  •     Free, walk-up parking

Your Management Team, Inc. was started in 2009 by Mary McCarthy and Caroline Worley to provide small businesses and entrepreneurs with mentoring, workshops, referral programs and other resources. Because Your Management Team was founded by small business owners, it is in a unique position to provide timely and relevant guidance to those starting new business ventures or to existing businesses striving to reach the next level. Worley Law, LLC is a legal practice dedicated to advising clients who are navigating the complicated challenges of owning a small business. By listening to the needs of business owners, Worley Law helps ensure stability, mitigate risk, and increase profitability, leaving the client and the company secure, protected and reassured. For more information on Your Management Team, Inc., visit http://www.yourmanagementteam.com or for Worley Law LLC, visit http://www.worleylawllc.com. For Think Space Columbus, visit http://www.thinkspacecolumbus.com.

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