Adams Hub, downtown Carson City’s business incubator, is opening new event and collaborative work space.
A launch party for The Studio, located on the corner of Proctor and Curry streets adjacent to Adams Hub, is being held Aug. 3 at 5-7 p.m.
The 1,500 square-foot facility will be used to host classes, workshops and community events as well as a new chapter of Entrepreneurs Assembly, a business mentoring organization.
The New Entrepreneur Network, or NewE, a partnership between Adams Hub and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada, also will be on hand.
Guests also will be able to tour the Adams Hub facility, a project of the Hop & Mae Adams Foundation.
“We’re eager to share what’s been happening here,” said Peggy Wynne Borgman, Adams Hub’s new community curator. “We’re here to support local startups and freelancers, and leverage our community collaborations to attract new employers and more highly-compensated jobs to the area. We’re proud to be able to play a role in the renaissance of downtown Carson City.”
Matt Westfield, Adams Hub entrepreneur-in-residence and entrepreneurship instructor for University of Nevada Reno, mentors Adams Hub clients on Wednesdays. Michael Salogga, business counselor for the Carson City SBDC, meets with small business owners from the community during office hours at Adams Hub each Thursday.
To RSVP for the party, go online to www.TheStudioAtAdamsHub.eventbrite.com.