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Collaborative and creative workspace with enhanced services for local startups and businesses looking to grow and be challenged.
We come together as one to learn from each other and take on any challenge
John Hussey – Founder
We stray away from the typical office cubical, noisy coffee shop, or distracting home office. Our goal is to promote collaboration and networking through a professional open-desk policy.

Membership Levels

Colab Full-Time Membership

Full-Time Member

• Price $199.95 per month
• Full Time Access to “The Lab” (24/7 option for just $20 more 1 time)
• Company listed on ColabUsa.com website
• Access to Member’s Only Events

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Colab Part-Time Membership

Part-Time Member

• Price $99.95 per Month
• Access Two Days a Week to “The Lab”
• Company Listing on ColabUsa.com Website
• Access to Member’s Only Events
*Lab hours Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

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Colab Drop-In

Colab One Day Drop-In

• Price $14.99
• Access For a Day to “The Lab” (Shared space, per person – not for meetings)
*Lab hours Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

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Event: Hacking Bootstrap

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Bootstrap is one of the most popular frameworks on the web. With over 70,000 stars on Github, it’s more popular than nodeJS, jQuery and AngularJS, but one common complaint is that most websites that use it look the same. But fear not, it doesn’t have to be that way! Ray Villalobos, Staff Author for Lynda.com, with over 30 front-end developer and designer courses in the library, will be joining us to talk about how to make Bootstrap sing using CSS & jQuery by making  it yield to your will and become a great platform for your projects. We’ll learn how to master the power of the carousel to make full screen intros, add scrolling effects and more. If you want to take Bootstrap to the next level, then grab your laptop and get ready to dig into some code. This Lunch and Learn will take place up in The Lab …

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CoLab gets its (board) game on!

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Last night, CoLab hosted Game Night up in The Lab. Various board games coupled with beer, pizza, and plenty of snacks made for an awesome evening enjoyed by some of our members. Leonardo of Counterparts Media taught everyone how to play dominoes. Entertainment was provided by CoLab members, See Magic Live. Everyone had the opportunity to meet all of the magicians and enjoy some magic tricks. The evening was such a success that we have plans for future game nights. Make sure to check out the CoLab calendar for upcoming events. We hope you can join us next time!

Lunch and Learn October

Event: The definition of business insanity

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  “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over  and expecting different results.” –Albert Einstein Is insanity keeping your small business or start-up from growing? Many business owners are afraid to jump out of their comfort zone because they do not believe that change will help their business. In order to be successful, it is important to recognize what isn’t working and make changes. Join us on Thursday, October 23rd in The Lab with guest speaker, Sabrina Covington of Covington+ Associates, as we learn about this vicious cycle and how you can put an end to it so that your business will attract new opportunities. If you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP here. Join our Meetup group to stay up to date on future events. We look forward to meeting you!

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fattmerchant wins big at NAWBO

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Two weeks ago, one of CoLab’s members, Suneera Madhani of fattmerchant, attended the annual National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Driving your Business Plan Competition at Walt Disney World’s Contemporary Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. This competition showcased female business owners and their business ventures while competing for great prizes, including thousands of dollars in cash. Businesses competed in two categories, Emerging Business and Established Business. Judges included senior level investors and industry leaders such as April Harley of Duke Energy and Lisa Tibbs of Southwest Airlines. Applicants had to complete a series of steps in order to become a finalist. Their business was judged on feasibility and investment appeal of their business plan and the plan as a whole. During the final stage, there were 6 finalists, 3 in each category. fattmerchant placed 1st in Emerging Business and was awarded a $7,500 cash prize, 1 year of …

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