Orlando coworking space seeks tech companies looking for a new home
Canvs, Orlando’s nonprofit, tech-centric coworking space, has many membership commitments by local companies and is looking for more to join. Leasing 17,189 sq. ft. on the first floor of the Church Street Exchange building, Canvs will accommodate 164 entrepreneurs and technologists [see floor plan].
They have an Upcoming Happy Hour Preview on May 14th http://www.meetup.com/Canvs-Events/events/180331122/
Canvs membership offers the benefits of a collaborative work environment with the added value of having the energy and support of an active community. The space offers multiple conference rooms, bike storage, gigabit Internet service, coffee, beer, snacks, lounge areas, a reception area and much more [see rendering]. Members will also benefit from proximity to SunRail, LYMMO service, downtown bars, restaurants, entertainment and Creative Village.
Canvs coworking memberships are affordable alternatives to home offices and traditional real estate for startups
Pricing for social membership is just $100 where a Dedicated Desk is $450!
Day Passes will also be available for $25, which gives access to a community desk, community network and other Canvs benefits. For membership inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.* Multiple dedicated desks discount: first five desks are $450 each, second five desks are $400 each and next five are $350 each.
Canvs coworking memberships are affordable alternatives to home offices and traditional real estate. All membership plans are available month to month with no long term commitment.
* Multiple dedicated desks discount: first five desks are $450 each, second five desks are $400 each, and next five are $350 each.
Day Passes are available: A $25 day pass gives you access to a community desk, community network, and other Canvs benefits.
Canvs Co-Founder, V.J. LeBlanc comments on why he’s passionate about the project, “I’m most excited about the environment and opportunities Canvs will provide to Orlando’s technical entrepreneurs. Giving startups the support they need at an early stage is critical to nurturing their growth and ensuring their long-term success. Canvs is uniquely positioned to facilitate a new generation of successful technology ventures and solidify Orlando’s identity as an emerging technical hotbed.”
“Orlando’s tech community is strong, vibrant and growing, and Canvs will be our clubhouse, a place for us all to come together, exchange ideas and help each other grow,” said Carlos Carbonell, CEO and co-founder of Echo Interaction Firm – a mobile development firm – and President of the newly-formed Orlando Tech Association. “Echo has been through the startup journey and as we celebrate our fifth year in business, we look forward to joining the Canvs ecosystem to embrace the energy and serve as a mentor to new startups.”
Canvs will be holding a member happy hour Wednesday, May 14 at 6 p.m. on Church Street at the Church Street Tavern for all current and prospective members. At the event Canvs will give an overview of the space, memberships and updates on construction, plans and more. Media are invited.
Canvs is a coworking space and nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting Orlando’s startup community and expanding the entrepreneurial ecosystem by making it easier for anyone to startup. Founded by Philip Holt, V.J. LeBlanc, Jeremy Paulding and Chris Staymates – the founding team behind SPLYT – Canvs aims to transform Orlando into a top 10 city nationally for tech startups and to assist in the creation of 5,000 high-wage tech jobs over the next decade. For more information, visit Canvs’s website (www.canvs.org), Twitter (@CanvsORL), Instagram and Facebook page.