In May of 2016 ReSourceYYC signed-up our first member. At the time, Bill Scott and I realized there was a gap in the coworking ecosystem for entrepreneurial professionals and we felt this was an opportunity to give back to the professionals that have done so much for Calgary.
It’s worth a walk downtown, especially along Stephen Avenue, to get a feeling this city is still thriving. Visitors and those working in the core enjoy the benefits of the varied shops, restaurants and lively patios.
The many benefits to be found in the core are also persuading more companies to locate their offices where the action is. A good example is
Start-ups need a place to grow, and many are giving up the home office and opting for a more productive and collaborative set-up found in co-work spaces.
The trend for temporary yet fully equipped office space is on the rise. Globally, it is estimated that nearly 1.2 million people will have worked in a co-work space. In Canada, the set-ups come in various forms,
Amazing People & Partners - ReSourceYYC Celebrates our First Christmas with you!
It is that time of year for looking ahead, looking back and being thankful for the blessings we have enjoyed.
First, we would like to say how thankful we are at ReSourceYYC and in awe of the talented people and amazing partners that have been part our start-up journey this year. Being surrounded by a community of
ReSourceYYC wants to congratulate Fuzeium on advancing to the next stage in the 2017 Energy New Venture!
Fuzeium has successfully advanced to the next step in a competition hosted by the Haskayne School of Business’ Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. It’s called the 2017 Energy New Venture Competition and