The energy and buzz that start up entrepreneurs get from working around each other is enough to push them to the next level in spite of the obstacles.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
Starting up a business isn't easy. It often involves long hours of diligent effort to produce the first workable version of a software application or to arrive at that first sale can take months of product development. Two entrepreneurs asked the question of how to make that process more enjoyable and created a company called Happy Hubs, where essentially entrepreneurs and developers can live and work together in exotic locations all over the world while developing their great ideas.
"The energy and buzz that start up entrepreneurs get from working around each other is enough to push them to the next level in spite of the obstacles. Plus having a coach or mentor around can cut a problem down from being solved in weeks or months to just days or even hours," says Happy Hubs co-founder James Stinson.
"And why settle for working just anywhere - we are setting up Happy Hubs all over the world, life is short, why not work hard and play hard in fun places all over the world?" says co-founder Andy Vu.
Both young men enjoy surfing and say that having a good surfing spot near every Happy Hubs is a must. The first Happy Hubs is being launched in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. For pictures and to learn more about Happy Hubs first launch (5 spots available) visit HappyHubs.org.