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INSPIRING AND FLEXIBLE SPACE

designed for the needs of startups

Private Suites

Large co-working space

Small & large conference rooms

Expert business mentors

A multi-purpose room for classes, workshops and events

Cafe space with a full-service kitchen

6 CORE VALUES

Boro Nights and Weekends

5pm to 9am & Weekends
$175/mo
  • 10 hours conference room space
  • Free access to HQ lunch-n-lunch, meet-ups, speaker series, and workshops
  • 10% Discount on conference, and event space
  • Free access to HQ office hours
  • Open seating in the Boro
  • Free parking pass
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Boro 40

40 hours a week 9am-5pm
$125/mo
  • 4 hours conference room space
  • Free access to HQ lunch-n-lunch, meet-ups, speaker series, and workshops
  • 10% Discount on conference, and event space
  • Free access to HQ office hours
  • Open seating in the Boro
  • Free parking pass
Apply for Membership

OUR PARTNERS

making big ideas a reality requires support from all corners of the community, and we invite you to help fuel a thriving entrepreneur community. Partners help provide lunch & learns, host office hours, and support large events

BECOME A PARTNER

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT HQ

  • Sat
    30
    Jul
    2016
    10:00am - 12:00pmHQ Greensboro - Classroom

    Learn to clean datasets, use Structured Query Language (SQL) for data exploration, and get an introduction to handling geographic data with the open source Postgres database management system.

  • Tue
    09
    Aug
    2016
    5:00pm - 7:30pmHQ Greensboro - Classroom

    Have you heard of Reg. A-plus? Did you know you can raise up to $50 million using this new option? Do you know about crowd funding options for your business?
    Federal rules that went into effect in May 2016 and recent legislation in North Carolina will soon allow for Internet-based offerings to average investors, which means your business has the opportunity to raise money from a wider audience!

    Simply speaking, the rules around startup finance are dramatically changing. If your business may need funding in the future, you may want to get up to speed on these changes. In addition, we can answer questions about the basics of incorporating a venture, registering a state trademark and avoiding investment fraud.

    Leo John, a representative from N.C. Secretary of State’s Office, and Alex Bowling, a Smith Anderson attorney, can provide general rules on:
    - Corp. or LLC: Picking the Right Entity
    - Securities Regulations and Fundraising
    - Trademarks: Rules and Benefits

    This event is open to the public. Click here to register for free!

HQ Greensboro Founding Sponsors

North State is a telecommunications company offering local and long distance, digital wireless, paging, internet, data and business communications services.

High Point Bank is a family-owned, locally-held bank that is invested in the success of the Triad. The bank serves businesses and families through offices in High Point, Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Kernersville.

Womble Carlyle is a full-service law firm with specialty areas in Greensboro covering capital markets, corporate and securities, health care, intellectual property, labor and employment, supply chain management, and business litigation.