DaVinci Institute https://www.davinciinstitute.com DaVinci Institute Wed, 15 Feb 2017 23:31:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 6 Methods for Tapping into the Power of Collaboration https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/6-methods-for-tapping-into-the-power-of-collaboration/ Wed, 15 Feb 2017 23:23:21 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=1186 A list of six effective collaboration methods.

6 Methods for Tapping into the Power of Collaboration

Innovation doesn’t evolve in a vacuum. Collaborating with others is an essential way to develop your ideas, your project, and even your business venture. If you are an independent startup working out of your home, you’re missing out on vital opportunities to tap into the power of collaboration.

Work independently in a public work space. This Forbes article cites a Harris Interactive Workplace Productivity study. The national survey finds that 63% of respondents prefer to carry out their work in a private space within a public work environment rather than work out of their homes. In fact, a co-work space provides an environment of productivity with a sense of individual space for entrepreneurs to develop their businesses. The leading co-work spaces are equipped with the latest technologies, conference rooms, and common areas. In a dynamic, functional co-work space, you decide when it’s helpful to bounce your ideas off others, and when you need to work those ideas out yourself.

Network and collaborate. As you come to your personal work space each day, you’ll meet other independent-minded individuals. According to this Entrepreneur article, collaboration with others who do not have a direct stake in your company is part of a successful research plan. Other elements involve idea planning, market research and analysis, and competitive analysis. With the power of collaboration at your fingertips, you’re able to reach out and receive valuable input on any one of these stages.

Take breaks in the common areas. Use the DaVinci Institute’s common areas and kitchen facilities to socialize with others on your breaks. This New York Times article states how taking frequent breaks as opposed to working over long stretches of time without one has been studied and verified. And this Scientific American article describes how corporations — from global leaders to startups — now recognize that taking frequent breaks increases productivity. Lastly, revitalizing your brain over lunch by socializing with other professionals who are not your supervisor or your co-workers is a convenient way to network.

Become a member of organizations in your field. Sign up, both online and offline, with national and international organizations that give you tips on how to stay on the cutting edge of your market. Take part in online professional communities, and participate in local organizations in your area. Learn what the latest apps are for increasing daily productivity, and how your fellow co-work members streamline their workflow. And keep on top of global trends by discussing them with others.

Attend events by globally-recognized thought leaders on disruptive innovation. No matter what your business is about, the advances of technology are affecting it even today. And they have for some time. Disruptive innovation, a theory first coined by Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen in 1997, describes technological advances that interrupt the market, making current technologies and best practices obsolete. To keep up with what others in your field are doing to address disruptive innovation, attend events held by experts on this topic. And by interacting with attendees after the events, you’ll gain a further understanding of the technologies that drive today’s businesses into the future.

Prepare for the future in the present. When you operate out of the DaVinci Institute’s co-work space, you’re not just taking over available office space. You’ll have opportunities to network, exchange ideas, and collaborate with other business professionals who come to the Institute to work, as well as participate in the DaVinci Institute’s ongoing events.

In addition to providing co-work space, The DaVinci Institute offers opportunities for members to attend presentations by globally recognized thought leaders who define the direction of technological innovation.

Tap into the power of collaboration by signing up for a co-work space at the DaVinci Institute. If you have questions about our co-work space, the DaVinci Institute, or anything else, contact Jennifer at jennifer@davinciinstitute.com with your ideas and questions.

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Taking A Close Look at the Startup Scene in Westminster, Colorado https://www.davinciinstitute.com/uncategorized/taking-a-close-look-at-the-startup-scene-in-westminster-colorado/ Thu, 09 Feb 2017 20:07:30 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=1148 A Close Look at the Startup Scene in Westminster, Colorado

The DaVinci Institute allows its members to access a large volume of resources, while still retaining core values of flexibility and futuristic thinking.
The DaVinci Institute allows its members to access a large volume of resources, while still retaining core values of flexibility and futuristic thinking.

When most people consider startups, the immediate association is that they must be centralized and operate in Silicon Valley. While the Bay Area has been the traditional home of many startups, it seems like companies are now trying to find new homes for their budding ideas. One of the newer locations where startups have found their home is in Westminster, Colorado.

Taking a close look at the startup scene in Westminster, Colorado, one thing becomes clear – they are finding their home in Westminster because it really is the best place to start a company.

Some companies that have chosen to make Westminster, Colorado their home include Bauscode, Winterbear and Wherefor, just to name a few. Bauscode is a software development and UX/UI design shop that aims to create an amazing interactive experience for a wide variety of brands. Winterbear is a full service studio dedicated to building games, apps and experiences for their clients; providing entertainment and engagement without sacrificing quality. This is just a small sample of the startups currently engaged in the tech space, but they all have one thing in common – they chose to make Westminster their home.

One of the reasons that might be is because of the resources available to them. Rather than deal with the hustle and bustle of big cities while racking up expenses, startups are choosing this little piece along the Denver-Boulder corridor as their home base. This speaks volumes of the opportunities available in the area – not only do you get to learn from the experiences of others, but you have the freedom to create without any inhibitions.

Organizations such as the DaVinci Institute are also a large factor in the decision to pick Westminster, Colorado and has become a magnet for startups. The DaVinci Institute allows its members to access a large volume of resources, while still retaining core values of flexibility and futuristic thinking. Membership allows for startups to participate in a diverse array of events ranging from a virtual reality meet-up to their iconic event, Night with a Futurist with the esteemed Thomas Frey.

The DaVinci Institute also offers a convenient coworking space which is a boon to startups. Rather than spend cash on the costly overhead of maintaining an office, startups can take advantage of the resources DaVinci Institute has to offer for its members. Westminster is a perfect midway point between Denver and Boulder on Highway 36, making it extremely accessible for everyone. Also offering 30 furnished private offices and executive suites, there is currently more than 3,000 square feet of open co-working areas.

Coupled with the meeting space and conference room offerings, complimentary tea and coffee and discounted educational events and opportunities, the DaVinci Institute plays a large role in helping startups in the Westminster area to succeed by giving it the tools it needs.Whatever the company style is, The DaVinci Institute has the resources to support it.

Startups are increasingly choosing to join The DaVinci Institute because prides itself on being a central location for tech-centric professionals who call Denver and Boulder home. By joining, startups can find unique perspectives from their fellow members, who span from developers to designers to creatives and use their knowledge to propel their own innovation. The co-working facility offers not only a work space for those commuting between Denver or Boulder, but also fosters a community environment for co-working.

The DaVinci Institute aims to gather knowledge to better innovate for the future through its research and to use this knowledge to provide the companies that join  a functional co-working space where they can ultimately build a sustainable technological future while still keeping it affordable for budding startups.

To learn more about the DaVinci Institute’s mission, and to join, please do not hesitate to contact Jennifer at Jennifer@davinciinstitute.com

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Unlimited Possibilities: The Future of 3D Printing https://www.davinciinstitute.com/technology/unlimited-possibilities-the-future-of-3d-printing/ Wed, 25 Jan 2017 23:04:10 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=1097  3D printing has transitioned from a hobbyist's playground into a sophisticated tech industry that is rapidly scaling to catch up to the visionaries.
3D printing has transitioned from a hobbyist’s playground into a sophisticated tech industry that is rapidly scaling to catch up to the visionaries.

 

Although 3D printing is on the cutting edge of today’s technology, it really goes back to 1983, when Charles Hull invented the stereolithography (SLA) machine. Hull went on to found 3D systems and launched a whole new industry. SLA machines were later called 3D printers. During the last decade, this technology has rapidly advanced, bringing about many practical applications. The future of 3D printing looks even more exciting.

Hull’s original work with his SLA machine was largely involved with resins and plastics. However, the technology expanded to include materials such as glass, metals, magnets and even used coffee grounds. Let’s look at a few of the most promising areas where 3D printers are transforming the world.   

Medical Advances

One of the most exciting uses of 3D printing is in the area of medicine. This technology gives medical professionals the ability to print medical devices and even limbs and organs. When doctors can literally print living body parts, it will radically transform medicine. For example, patients who need a vital organ such as a kidney or heart will no longer have to wait for a donor. Printed prosthetics make it easier for people to obtain artificial limbs. The next stage is printing, if not actual bones,

Printed prosthetics make it easier for people to obtain artificial limbs. The next stage is printing, if not actual bones, bone-like material that will give mobility to people missing limbs and with conditions such as osteoporosis. 3D printers are also useful for making dental items such as bridges and implants.

There’s little question that 3D medical advances are going to make life better for many people. With printers, people in remote areas or on airplanes or cruise ships will have access to faster medical care in emergencies. In the past, it would have been necessary to either ship medical parts to the injured/sick person or bring him or her to a major hospital, now the essential part can simply be 3D printed.

Transportation  

3D printers are creating parts for cars and airplanes,  transforming the aerospace and automobile industries. It’s even possible to print entire vehicles. Beyond this, there are applications for using this technology for building materials. NASA now uses 3D printed rocket engines.  In the near future, 3D printing is likely to make transportation faster, cheaper, and safer.

Construction and Architecture

Another area in which 3D printing is making major advances is in construction. Architects can now create 3D printed models of proposed projects, which makes it easier for developers and home builders to see how buildings will look. For example, when you hire an architect to design your home, you’ll be able to see a 3D model of possible styles rather than having to look at pictures or blueprints.

3D printers can not only print out models but actual homes and other buildings. A company in China, for example, has built a 3D-printed house made to withstand powerful earthquakes. This is another area where we are only starting to scratch the surface of potential applications. As this technology gets cheaper and more refined, 3D-printed homes could help address issues such as homelessness and housing shortages.

Everyday Uses

While it’s exciting to think about 3D printing applications in areas such as medicine, housing, and transportation (to name just a few), this technology will also transform everyday life in a multitude of ways. Some of the items you’ll soon be able to print include:

  • Clothing
  • Furniture
  • Tools
  • Art
  • Cookware
  • Toys

3D printing is likely to radically change the way people purchase many items. First, e-commerce made it possible to order products from the comfort of your home. 3D printing will create new possibilities, where you choose the specifications and simply print out what you want.

The Vast Potential of 3D Printing

Although the roots of 3D printing go back a few decades, this is still a very young technology. It’s hard to fathom all of the possibilities. We’ve only looked at a few promising areas. There are many others as well. For example, 3D printed food is already a reality. Right now it’s being used mainly for luxury items, but this could potentially help address food crises around the world and help people facing droughts or natural disasters.

3D printing has countless possibilities in many industries and areas of life. 3D-printed items will increasingly be used to make items for all purposes, from the frivolous to the practical to the humanitarian. Only time will tell where this technology will take us.

Help co-create the future at DaVinci Institute, a leading futurist think tank and working laboratory for tomorrow. For more information, contact us.

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What’s Next? https://www.davinciinstitute.com/innovative-thinking/whats-next/ Wed, 18 Jan 2017 20:02:16 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=1090 With a new year comes new innovation. Let's explore what's to come in 2017.
With a new year comes new innovation. Let’s explore what’s to come in 2017.

 

Imagine a period of time where the year 2000 seemed far away. Imagine being a child and wondering what would change. Imagine a mindset where the dawning of the year 2000 represented every innovation found throughout the entire Star Trek franchise.

In previous generations, entering the year 2000 was a clear indicator that the future arrived. How many items do you have today that you didn’t own a decade ago? You may not realize it, but the list is very long. As years pass, future generations have everything at the tips of their fingers. Many more innovations have not seen the light. However, remember this rule of thumb. The only constant in this world is change and technology constantly changes.

We don’t have flying cars…yet. However, the infrastructure of technology changed us for the better. In 2017, an important anniversary will dawn upon us. This coming year marks the 10th anniversary of our most celebrated piece of technology: the iPhone. Apple further propelled our leap into the future of technology with their history of innovative products, such as the digital music player, the tablet, and the laptop computer. However, there’s always that chance a future technological advancement will outshine the iPhone.

In the early ’90s, scientists developed one future innovation of technology: virtual reality (VR). Twenty years later, VR is a reality which is far from virtual. It’s here! However, VR goes beyond hyper-realistic video games. It’s used in the fields of medicine, broadcasting, social services, education, and real estate. The environment in a VR module is thoroughly designed. In that same vein, there is now augmented reality (AR). Unlike VR, AR works with your natural environment to provide an image. The best example of this was the Pokemon GO craze during the summer of 2016. Kids and adults of all ages walked, drove, biked, and took public transportation all around their neighborhoods and beyond trying to “catch’em all” with their pokeballs and conquer gyms. Beyond Pokemon GO, AR will go far. Often, real estate agents will use AR to display houses for sale. Educators use it to provide more visual material to their students. Further research continues by scientists to further implement AR in innovative ways.

We will also discover innovative methods to explore artificial intelligence (AI). It’s likely that hose who remember 2000  fantasized about a world controlled by robots. Well, we are close to tapping into the inner machinations of AI. The most recent innovative project was Watson, created by the tech gurus at IBM. Watson made a series of appearances on Jeopardy! in 2001. Watson took on Brad Rutter, who was the biggest winner in the history of the show. Naturally, a Jeopardy! tournament isn’t complete without legendary contestant Ken Jennings. In the end, Watson defeated them both. Of course, there are drawbacks to AI. It is corruptible and somebody will use it for hostile, corrupt, and vindictive reasons. Scientists could use AI to control the human population through its predictive methods. Like the atomic bomb, the end result is potentially scary.

Our next generation of tech users won’t know about putting notches into floppy disks, rewinding audio cassettes with a pencil, or blowing the dust out of game cartridges. In essence, this is how we look to the future. Newer generations of parents will talk to their children and grandchildren about the struggles of surfing the Internet with a dial-up modem,  CD-ROMs which come with free AOL trials, texting on a flip phone, or that the number 143 was beeper speak for, “I love you.” But after all, where one generation fails, the next one triumphs. Remember, if you wonder why an invention doesn’t exist, you might be the one to invent it.

For more information about how DaVinci Institute is creating a working laboratory of the future, please contact us for more information.

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Explore the Remarkable Benefits of Coworking at the DaVinci Institute https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/explore-the-remarkable-benefits-of-coworking-at-the-davinci-institute/ Sat, 07 Jan 2017 00:48:24 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=1034 Concept of the coworking center. Business meeting.

You may have heard of the sweeping trend of professional coworking spaces but are unsure whether it is a viable alternative to the traditional office or if it is a marked improvement over spaces with public Wi-Fi. It turns out that it has significant advantages over both and may very well become the predominant way whole segments of the population spend their work day.

Coworking Spaces Represent the Future of the Workforce

Coworking spaces have an association with the thoroughly modern phenomenon of the “Digital Nomad.” Representing what may be the future of both labor, leisure, and travel, digital nomads work on location-independent endeavors while living a lean lifestyle and hopping across border after border. Hubs for these workers have flourished in places such as Chiang Mai, Thailand, and offer dependable Wi-Fi connections and most of the amenities you could expect in North America.

However, coworking is by no means only a benefit to the international jet-setting crowd. In areas such as New York, NY, Austin, TX, and the Denver-Boulder, CO corridor, that have traditionally been rich with those freelancing in visual arts, writing, and technology, we are seeing coworking spaces grow to such high demand that they cannot always guarantee space.

Coworking spaces are also rapidly gaining traction in metropolitan areas such as Phoenix, AZ, that are steadily orienting themselves towards creative capital after long depending on 9-5 enterprise and all of the monolithic commercial parks that embody it.

This shift in work preferences matches predictions from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. As cited in Forbes, the agency projected that by 2020 40% of the American workforce will consist of self-employed individuals, who of course are not bound to any office or designated work location.

Coworking Spaces Lead to Better Work

Of course, simply having the option to work anywhere (such as a shimmering beach, as idealized in so much online stock photography) does not mean that you can actually complete work anywhere. Working at home often leads to an ambiguous work-life balance, and anyone who has ever tried concentrating on complex business deals or pernicious software bugs while sipping cocktails in Tahiti has quickly realized the futility of the affair.

Similarly, trying to grow a business or pay bills while in a crowded public space such as a coffee shop subjects you to countless disruptions, such as music and constant customer traffic. In extreme cases you could end up in a situation where it would be more lucrative to work on the other side of the shop counter.

Coworking spaces offer an alternative to the stifling confines of a corporate office but still allow you to feel that you are at work, allowing you to perform at your highest level. Countless respected sources have endorsed coworking as the optimal arrangement for knowledge professionals, including the Harvard Business Review. HBR has noted several distinct factors that impel people to thrive within coworking spaces:

  • People working within a coworking space will view their work as being more meaningful, leading to stronger intrinsic motivation.
  • The lack of the need to adapt to a “corporate persona” and absence of office politics lightens a person’s cognitive load and allows them to focus more closely on actions that truly generate value.
  • The ability to control work hours, schedules, and agendas give people a sense of ownership that leads to better work investment and engagement. However, the coworking space, unlike a home office or public lounge, imparts a professional ambience that lends the requisite sense of structure needed for productivity.
  • The community within a coworking space, consisting of compassionate managers and professionals with similar attitudes and aims, allows a person to feel a sense of support that improves their well-being and lifts them up as they pursue their goals.

Coworking at the DaVinci Institute

Speaking of community, that is exactly what you will find at the coworking spaces of the DaVinci Instiitute. With 3,000 square feet of open coworking space, 30 private offices, large classrooms, kitchen amenities, month-to-month terms, and access to visionary guest speakers, DaVinci has become a popular chosen home for creatives, coders, entrepreneurs, and startups in the Denver-Boulder tech hub.

However, we go beyond simply providing space – we are a future-oriented agent on the forefront of high-tech innovation, education, and collaboration. We are passionate about cultivating the next generation of coders, hackers, and creators while giving today’s startups an energetic and supportive place to accelerate towards their goals.

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What We Can Offer You That A Typical Office For Rent Can’t https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/what-we-can-offer-you-that-a-typical-office-for-rent-cant/ Sun, 15 May 2016 15:29:56 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=772 IMG_0680

People come to the DaVinci Institute’s coworking space for any number of reasons. Some are looking to get out of the house and work more efficiently, while others are ready to stop working for someone else so that they can pursue their own dreams. It doesn’t matter why they’re here; either way they’ll reap the benefits of a coworking space that a typical office for rent can’t provide.

What are these benefits? Glad you asked! Here are three specific tenets of coworking spaces that can help you grow.

Collaboration

No one does it alone. Even if you’re starting a company and have the greatest idea in the world, eventually you’re going to have to find someone who can perform a task that just isn’t in your skillset. When that time comes, we’re pretty sure you’ll already have met someone at the DaVinci Institute who you can collaborate with and can fill that need.

Learning

There are two aspects to learning at the DaVinci Institute. First, when you collaborate, you learn from the person you’re collaborating with, and you become better at that task.

Second, DaVinci hosts events and educational workshops that are available to those who use our shared office space. Not only that, but we also offer DaVinci Coders, the fastest coding bootcamps so that you can learn the most in-demand computer code out there.

Community

When you’re in a coworking community, you’re supported. Because few if any of those in the space are in direct competition with each other, there’s a great feeling of community. This is fostered not only by the time you spend around people every day but also by the events that you can attend with them.

The typical office for rent just won’t give you what the DaVinci Institute can. Ready to take full advantage of the best coworking space in the Denver area? Schedule a tour today!

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Business Innovators’ Mike Saunders Interviews Thomas Frey https://www.davinciinstitute.com/uncategorized/business-innovators-mike-saunders-interviews-thomas-frey/ Wed, 11 May 2016 18:30:38 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=749 About Mike Saunders, MBA

Mike Saunders holds an MBA in Marketing and serves the small business market.
In addition to coaching and consulting clients in his firm Marketing Huddle, he teaches Marketing as an Adjunct Marketing Professor at several Universities.

Mike is a published author and contributing iReporter for National publications covering business professionals in a variety of industries.

As an Authority Positioning Strategist, he helps businesses market their reputation, build credibility and helps them become Amazon Best-Selling authors….without having to write a word.

Learn more: www.MarketingHuddle.com

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Surprising Reasons People Love Working in Our Shared Office Space https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/surprising-reasons-people-love-working-in-our-shared-office-space/ Thu, 05 May 2016 15:26:36 +0000 https://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=769  

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Some advantages of a shared office space are obvious. You get out of the house and meet a lot of interesting people with similar values. But there are some advantages of working from a coworking space in the Denver area that aren’t so obvious. Here are some great reasons to choose a coworking space over regular office work.

Office Politics

People are generally happier in a coworking space because they can get away from so much of the office politics that take up time and mental real estate. Because everyone is working for different companies (often their own), there’s no need to complain about the latest changes to the health plan or to talk about the latest poor decisions from the CEO. Shared office spaces allow you to get away from such distractions.

Be Yourself

Another advantage of working in a coworking space instead of a traditional office environment is that you can be yourself. You don’t have to fit into “corporate culture,” and you don’t have to brown nose anyone, because there’s no one to brown nose! (Even better, you don’t have to watch other people be sycophantic!) Just be yourself, because everyone can find a place at the DaVinci Institute coworking space.

Brag!

Because everyone at a shared office space is working for themselves or for separate entities, each person has a story to tell. When you start coworking with us, no one knows your project. Telling others about what you’re working on and how it can change the world can be a great way to feel good about your work. It’s also a great way to focus your project and distill any pitches you might have.

Coworking in a shared office space offers advantages like no other way to work. Get away from where you live and schedule a tour at DaVinci’s coworking space!

 

 

 

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Top 3 Benefits of a Coworking Space In The Denver Area https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/top-3-benefits-of-a-coworking-space-in-the-denver-area/ Tue, 16 Feb 2016 15:59:58 +0000 http://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=646 Welcome to the DaVinci Institute coworking space! If you know anything about the DaVinci institute, you know we’re dedicated to helping people make the most of their time, interests, and natural abilities. That not only applies to the classes we provide at DaVinci Coders but also to our coworking space in Westminster.

Coworking spaces are an amazing alternative to renting office space, and has many advantages that office rental can’t give you. For example:

It Gets You Out Of The House: Some people can work at home. They can get a solid eight hours a day in and never get distracted by their environment. Others of us are less lucky…we’re distracted by laundry to do, dishes to wash, Playstations to be played! When you work in a coworking space like ours, it gets you out of the house so that you can’t go look for something to distract you from work.

It’s Cheaper Than Regular Office Space For Rent: Office space is expensive, and as Denver and Boulder continue to grow, office space in both cities and everywhere in between is getting more and more expensive. Startups and entrepreneurs are getting squeezed out and can’t afford small office space for rent. What’s someone on a limited budget to do? Coworking! Stop by for a tour and you’ll be able to see everything it can offer you. We even have executive suites!

You’re surrounded!: Perhaps the greatest advantage of using a co-working space is that you’re surrounded by some amazingly bright minds and like-minded people who are excited about the work they’re doing. Coders meet designers, writers meet video professionals, sellers meet buyers. It’s like you’re constantly networking and meeting new people who can provide exactly what you’re looking for. Trust us, there’s nothing like it.

So there you have it, three great reasons why using a coworking space can be an amazing benefit. But that’s true of all coworking spaces…what’s so special about the cowork space at DaVinci Coders? Check the next blog to find out!

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3 Benefits Of A Coworking Space At The DaVinci Institute https://www.davinciinstitute.com/in-coworking-space/3-benefits-of-a-coworking-space-at-the-davinci-institute/ Tue, 16 Feb 2016 15:58:45 +0000 http://www.davinciinstitute.com/?p=644 We wrote in the last blog about the advantages of using a coworking space. But those are the advantages you can get in any old coworking space…what makes the coworking space at DaVinci institute so special?

The View! Hey Denver…we see your 5280 feet and raise you! The office space we have for rent is at the highest point in the Denver area, and our views are incredible (especially since we’re on the second floor). Other coworking spaces are often in strip malls and have offices that are simply facing the wrong direction or have other buildings in the way, obliterating the inspiring view.

Location: We’ve got a couple of advantages here. Just about everyone in Denver has easy highway access to meet up at our Westminster shared office space. Most of the time they can get here faster than they can if they try to fight traffic through the city, and it’s an excellent central place if you have multiple parties coming from Boulder, Denver, Longmont, Westminster, Thornton, and Broomfield. We’re also right across from the Westminster Park-N-Ride, so there’s very little walking if someone is taking the bus.

Events: We’re dedicated to helping everyone learn, whether they’re here for coworking or as part of DaVinci coders. That’s why we have events that can help your career and your business, such as LinkedIn courses and demos of programming languages.

Working at DaVinci’s coworking space gives distinct advantages to working at home or in traditional office space for rent. Schedule a tour, because we’d love to show you all of our advantages!

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