Dayton Human Relations Council

Co-work at the Library August 23rd

Join the Downtown Dayton Partnership, the Dayton Metro Library and BusinessFIRST! to co-work at new main library. This state of the art building features flexible work spaces, blazing fast internet, numerous community amenities, and an array of small business resources that can help you get your endeavor off the ground.



215 E. THIRD ST.

DAYTON, OH 45402

RSVP to Colleen Turner at


– Doors Open for Resource Rally, Networking, & Coworking (8:00 am): Grab coffee and a bite to eat from while connecting with your fellow coworkers

– Small Business Resource Rally Hosted by BusinessFIRST! (8:30 to 10:00 am) – Get tips from experienced small business owners and learn about regional small business resources in areas like workforce training and recruiting, financing and access to capital, small business certifications, and contracting opportunities (click here for the Resource Rally flyer)

– Workshop: Video Marketing for Small Businesses Presented by Andrew White from Indigo Life (Noon to 1:30 pm): Get tips for how to make the most out of video marketing while doing it on a shoestring budget

– Lunch (Noon): Provided by Table 33!

– Library Tour (2:00 to 3:00 pm): Get an inside look at the new main library and the resources available that can help your small business

– Happy Hour at the New Mudlick Tap House and Q&A with Jen Dean and Forrest Williams (4:00 to 5:00 pm): Get a peek at downtown’s newest dining spot while hearing the story of these successful entrepreneurs

NOTE: Attendance at lunch workshop and other sessions are optional, i.e. you can keep working if you need to meet a deadline.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with Dayton’s most creative entrepreneurs, designers, developers, and difference-makers. Grab your laptop for what promises to be your best day at the office all month.

EVENT PARTNERS: Downtown Dayton Partnership, The Dayton Metro Library, BusinessFIRST!Dayton Tech Guide, Greater Dayton Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC), Nucleus, Ohio SBDC Network, Table 33

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