Attend one of these free boot camps to learn how to start a business in Douglas County. We also offer a special boot camp for people interested in starting a food production business in the Superior Business Center incubator kitchen.
Small business owner / manager and entrepreneur meet ups. Informal networking gatherings to discuss issues related to small business management and start-up over coffee.
Our Next Event: April 8th - Andrew Osterlund, The Library - A Superior Co-Working Hub
Superior Entrepreneurs On Tap welcomes its April talker:
Andrew will give an update on The Library and talk about what co-working spaces are, and how he thinks this can be a catalyst for the creative economy in Superior and NW Wisconsin. Andrew is excited to bring this project to Superior, and this is a great opportunity to learn about it, meet Andrew, and ask questions.
Andrew entered into an agreement to purchase the Carnegie Library on Hammond Avenue in 2018, and is now working to bring the building back to life as a co-working hub in the heart of Superior. Andrew is an accomplished architect in Raleigh, NC, and is a principal of Osterlund Architects.
Networking will begin at 6PM, with the talk starting about 6:15 PM at Empire Coffee (1204 Tower Ave). Empire Coffee will have their full menu, and no purchase is necessary.
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