Nucleus is officially a part of the Entrepreneurs Center
Nucleus CoShare, a hip co-working space in the heart of the Oregon District in downtown Dayton, recently made the public announcement that their longstanding partner The Entrepreneurs Center has officially acquired their brand.
Nucleus first arrived on the scene in Summer of 2015 as the result of several independent creative companies that decided to work alongside one another in a shared office space. The result was Dayton’s first taste of co-working where small business owners, freelancers, and others gathered to hang out and get work done in a shared space that was fun and collaborative.
Nucleus and the Entrepreneurs Center combined forces to provide a more robust offering of resources for Dayton entrepreneurs in Fall of 2016. Since then Nucleus opened a satellite location within the Entrepreneurs Center’s space in @444–Dayton’s innovation hub located at 444 E Second Street. With the acquisition, Nucleus will be closing the doors of their building in the Oregon District and focusing its efforts on building membership and growing its community at @444.
Lauren White, Nucleus founding partner and CEO of Indigo Life reflected, “We were a grassroots initiative that saw the need for nimble and innovative co-working solutions in Dayton; the acquisition by TEC is the logical next step in the growth and sustainability of the organization. We are excited for the future and encourage all coworkers to join our community.”
To find out more about how you can join the Nucleus community, now powered by the Entrepreneurs Center, you can contact Taylor Hudson: firstname.lastname@example.org.