Madison Coworking Featured in Wisconsin State Journal

100state-logohorizon-logo2The growing coworking movement in Madison was featured in the Wisconsin State Journal. Coworking in Madison has continued to gain steam, with existing coworking spaces expanding and new ones forming. The article focuses extensively on the role coworking plays in the startup community, why the spaces are so valuable, and also highlights some of the companies currently working out of spaces.

Read the full article here.

Tonight! Spring Tech Kickoff: Capital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking Open Social

Capital EntrepeneursCapital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking unite to bring you Madison’s Spring Tech Kickoff happening TONIGHT (Wednesday, March 20)!

Doors open at 6pm to check out Horizon and learn about what ULI is up to on the Square, and the Capital Entrepreneurs Open Social runs from 7-9pm. The event is at Horizon Coworking, located at 7 North Pinkney St. The format is informal, come, mingle, folks will be there to answer questions about Horizon and show you around. Music and refreshments provided, including coffee and drinks from the new Alterra opening soon on the Square, wine from Square Wine, and appetizers from the soon-to-open Fox & Bird.

Sponsored by Urban Land Interests and Godfrey and Kahn, S.C., we welcome you to come meet some of Madison’s up-and-coming innovators working on a wide variety of interesting companies at the Capital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking Open Social.

Spring Tech Kickoff: Capital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking Open Social

Capital EntrepeneursCapital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking unite to bring you Madison’s Spring Tech Kickoff on Wednesday, March 20!

Doors open at 6pm to check out Horizon and learn about what ULI is up to on the Square, and the Capital Entrepreneurs Open Social runs from 7-9pm. The event is at Horizon Coworking, located at 7 North Pinkney St. The format is informal, come, mingle, folks will be there to answer questions about Horizon and show you around. Music and refreshments provided, including coffee and drinks from the new Alterra opening soon on the Square, wine from Square Wine, and appetizers from the soon-to-open Fox & Bird.

Sponsored by Urban Land Interests and Godfrey and Kahn, S.C., we welcome you to come meet some of Madison’s up-and-coming innovators working on a wide variety of interesting companies at the Capital Entrepreneurs and Horizon Coworking Open Social.

Capital Entrepreneurs is the cornerstone of Madison’s entrepreneurial community, and this normally members only monthly meeting opens its door to anyone with an interest in entrepreneurship.

Horizon Coworking is Madison’s downtown, open, collaborative workspace. Recently moved into 7 North Pinkney, we are pleased to formally open our doors to the public. We have worked closely with ULI to create a space where entrepreneurs, independent workers, and broader groups supporting startups and nontraditional work can come together.

Madison Coworking Movement Highlighted

horizon-logo2The coworking movement in Madison is alive and well, and has seen much activity recently. The Isthmus covered much of what is going on in a recent article on how new coworking space bolsters Madison’s tech scene.

Much of this momentum started with the Horizon Coworking pilot (hosted by Murfie), which began less than 2 years ago. A handful of other coworking spaces have emerged, and there are even bolder plans in the works. Also featured were coworking spaces hosted by Bendyworks and Sector67. Each coworking space offers a different environment and vibe, but ultimately facilitates interaction and community building among its members. Checkout the full article here.