From Laura Oleniacz & The Herald-Sun
The organizers of an initiative designed to draw entrepreneurs to Durham are planning to launch another program that they hope will draw start-up business applicants from across the country.
The program, called “The Smoffice,” is the third project from the organizers of a program first launched in the spring of this year under the name the “Bull City Startup Stampede.” The Stampede offered free office space and other incentives to a group of entrepreneurs for 60 days.
The Smoffice, an initiative of the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce and the downtown revitalization-focused Downtown Durham Inc. to market Durham as a hub for entrepreneurs, will give only one start-up business a chance at free office space downtown, but for six months.
“We’re giving a startup six months of free space in the world’s smallest office,” said Adam Klein, director of strategic initiatives for the chamber.
Read more: The Herald-Sun - Entrepreneurs offered new take on Stampede