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NEWS: Startup Ski Summit pairs powder turns with Joel Gratz keynote, tech panels

Startup Ski Summit pairs powder turns with Joel Gratz keynote, tech panels

“High Country entrepreneurs don’t quite abide by the typical 9-to-5.

Just ask Amy Kemp of Elevate CoSpace. Rather than launch yet another business mixer with brainstorming sessions and startup strategizing and a cheese platter or two, the founder of Frisco’s first co-working space took a cue from Entrepreneurship 101 and tapped her environment.”

Read More: http://www.summitdaily.com/news/15633200-113/startup-ski-summit-pairs-powder-turns-with-joel-gratz

NEWS: Medical marijuana panel discusses benefits of cannabis

Medical marijuana panel discusses benefits of cannabis

“An array of marijuana products were displayed at a panel discussion on cannabis medicine at Elevate CoSpace in Frisco on Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. The event was put on by Philip Wolf, founder of cannabis educational tour company Cultivating Spirits, and featured a family practice doctor who prescribes cannabis, a dispensary owner and a cannabis food writer.”

Read More: http://www.summitdaily.com/news/13753283-113/cannabis-marijuana-plant-patients

NEWS: Social Summit: Business leaders attend Summit Chamber mixer in Frisco

Social Summit: Business leaders attend Summit Chamber mixer in Frisco

“It might have seemed like just a party, with a DJ spinning tunes, the debut of Oskar BluesPinner IPA beer and a dessert wine pairing withBun in the Oven baked goodies, but there was business — and a lot of it — being conducted at the Summit County Chamber Mixer on Thursday, Jan. 22, at Elevate CoSpace in Frisco.”

Read More: http://www.summitdaily.com/exploresummit/14842934-113/social-summit-business-leaders-attend-summit-chamber-mixer-in-frisco

NEWS: High-Altitude Coworking Hubs Are Taking Over Ski Country

High-Altitude Coworking Hubs Are Taking Over Ski Country

Whether you live in the big smoke or off-the-grid, coworking is a trend that’s not going anywhere. According to Frisco’s Elevate CoSPACE, “more than half of the workforce will work remotely by 2020.” Rare is the person who can work from home day-in, day-out, without getting a bit stir-crazy. Having organizations like the Mountain Coworking Alliance will change the future of ski towns. Long live the culture of the ski bum, but Curbed Ski is stoked to see that people with “real jobs” now have a way to live their alpine dream, as well.

Read More: http://ski.curbed.com/2014/12/4/10015722/high-altitude-coworking-hubs-are-taking-over-ski-country

NEWS: Mountain Alliance: Work-Anywhere Fever Reaches New Heights

Mountain Alliance: Work-Anywhere Fever Reaches New Heights

Six U.S. coworking spaces in mountain resorts across California, Wyoming and Colorado have come together as the Mountain Coworking Alliance, offering reciprocal membership passes to workspace users. Their target market is predominantly “travelling workers and skiers”, and anyone who wants the chance to combine work and leisure in spectacular surroundings.

Read More: https://www.officingtoday.com/2014/09/mountain-alliance-work-anywhere-fever-reaches-new-heights/

NEWS: Mountain Coworking Alliance allows members to work from California to Colorado

Mountain Coworking Alliance allows members to work from California to Colorado

Coworking spaces offer startups, entrepreneurs, business owners, students, corporate workers and vacationers a flexible and affordable place to work and gather in a collaborative environment. The first coworking space in America opened in San Francisco in 2005. Since then, the concept has spread through major cities around the country. Now, the shared workspace movement is moving up to the mountains.

Read More: http://southtahoenow.com/story/09/10/2014/mountain-coworking-alliance-allows-members-work-california-colorado

NEWS: New coworking alliance helps skiers balance work and play

New coworking alliance helps skiers balance work and play

http://www.summitdaily.com/news/12993485-113/coworking-mountain-spaces-tahoe

NEWS: ELEVATE featured in Mountain Town Magazine

Mountain Town Magazine recently featured ELEVATE as one of the first coworking spaces in Frisco, Colorado that is setting the trend and helping to create a collaborative community in Summit County. Mountain Town Magazine will also be featuring us in their print edition this winter season. Read more here.