There is an open house at Club E’s headquarters on Wednesday night. Might be interesting…
The leaders of Club E Network, the multichapter chain of entrepreneurs networking groups, are hosting an open house at its new headquarters in northeast Phoenix Wednesday night.
The organization, started in 2007 by Peter Burns, Corey Cossack and other small-business owners, recently moved into the multitenant Rose Garden office building at 2625 E. Rose Garden Lane.
The organization is leasing 15,000 square feet, which will be used to house one of six business incubators Club E plans to open during the next several months.
Club E announced last week that it had struck a deal with commercial developer Green Street Properties to open the incubators – called eFactories – in office and retail centers in Gilbert, Goodyear, Chandler, Las Vegas and Dallas.
Tenants will pay between $400 and $1,100 in most cases for either a desk station or a private office. They will have access to high-speed Internet, office equipment and legal and accounting services.
Wednesday’s open house will start with a tour of the facility at 5 p.m., followed by a meeting of the Club E North Phoenix chapter at 6 p.m.
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Brian, thank you for the coverage on our eFactory prototype Open House, to be followed by our Club E North chapter meeting. We are very excited how things seem to be moving ahead so swiftly for Club E and our latest project, the eFactory. In these turbulent economic times, Club E truly believes that by entrepreneurs everywhere uniting together and sharing resources, we can and will become the salvation of America. After all, our great country was not founded by Big Business but rather, America was built on the backs of our Nation’s first entrepreneurs…the Pilgrims!
Thanks again for the coverage!
Peter J. Burns, III