Monday, January 20, 2014

CoLab Workspace is Celebrating Their New Name Change With Drinks, and Wants You to Join Them

Posted By on Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 5:30 PM

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CoLab Workspace, formerly known as Gangplank Tucson, is still absorbing the new-sign smell from their recent rebranding, and they'd like Tucson's young professionals and entrepreneurs to come down and celebrate with them. Good news: There'll be networking! Better news: There'll be drinks! 

The party tomorrow, Jan. 21, is part of Startup Tucson's ongoing monthly Startup Drinks events, which brings entrepreneurs, investors and techno-folks together to hang out, shoot the breeze and fill up their contact lists with people who might want to work on new ventures/give them money to work on new ventures/buy new ventures from them. They'll also be a "Startup Standup" segment as well, where entrepreneurs will be firing off one-minute elevator pitches to share what they're working on with the group.

If you're interested, head down to CoLab tomorrow night; the event is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., and it's free. RSVP at StartupTucson.com.

Oh, and for more on Startup Tucson and CoLab (and why they parted ways with Gangplank) check out this week's T Q&A, hitting the streets on Thursday, when we talk with ST founder and president Justin Williams.

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