Nucleus CoShare moving to @444 to continue momentum in Dayton co-working
Dayton, May 9, 2018: Nucleus CoShare announced today its acquisition by The Entrepreneurs Center (TEC); the acquisition by TEC will allow both organizations to jointly increase co-working services for a broader community of Dayton startups. Nucleus will move its operations from the original location in the Oregon District at 411 E. 5th St. effective June 1, 2018 and relocate to space managed by TEC @444 E. Second Street in the heart of Dayton’s Innovation District. Over the past three years, Nucleus members saw a trend of substantial growth through the collaborative efforts encouraged within the space. “Nucleus has really injected energy in the
Dayton startup scene. New businesses were formed, partnerships emerged, and a new much-needed momentum developed in support of the startup and small business ecosystem. The move to @444 is an exciting next step for co-working in Dayton,” said Casey Telger, Nucleus founding partner and Marketing Director at CreativeFuse, a Dayton-based creative agency. “The founding partners of Nucleus helped foster the next evolution of co-working for the Dayton region. The acquisition of Nucleus continues their great work and bolsters TEC’s mission of being a center for entrepreneurial excellence serving all Dayton-region entrepreneurs,” said Scott Koorndyk, President of TEC.
Nucleus leadership credits several key organizations for supporting the new culture of in co-working: Dayton Tech Guide, Downtown Dayton Partnership (DDP), Cross Street Partners and TEC just to name a few. In the true spirit of co-working, the new space @444 will continue to optimize opportunities for Dayton entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives, and innovators to collaborate. Lauren White, Nucleus founding partner and CEO of Indigo Life summarized, “Together with these collaborators and others, plus a continued focus on our region, we have a genuine foundation to authentically nurture and support businesses at any stage of their growth. We were a grassroots initiative that saw the need for nimble and innovative co-working solutions in Dayton; the acquisition by TEC is the logical next step in the growth and sustainability of the organization. We are excited about the future and encourage all coworkers to join our community.”
Nucleus offers daily, monthly, and annual co-working memberships plus access to conference rooms, private huddle rooms, sound-proof phone space, high-speed internet, plus snacks and of course community and collaboration. Free co-working is offered the fourth Friday of each month @444.
About The Entrepreneurs Center:
The Entrepreneurs Center (TEC) is the Miami Valley’s center for entrepreneurial excellence. TEC drives meaningful connections and provides significant resources to Miami Valley entrepreneurs and research institutes. TEC’s Innovation Program is designed to meet the various needs of all entrepreneurs from lifestyle to large-scale ideas and includes the Entrepreneurial Services Program, Dayton Tech Guide, SBIR TAP, Nucleus CoShare, Small Business Development Center and more. Learn more at TecDayton.com.