Devon Laney – March 26, 2021
Devon Laney: Good morning all! Feeling is mutual, Obum!
Mike Workman: Good morning. Got my first tour of 36°N by then Executive Director Dustin Curzon who later moved right across the street from me.
Karen MacCannell: Roll Tide!
Mike Workman: 36 Degrees North
Wendy Thomas: Thanks Mike!
Mike Workman: Also http://36n.co
Obum Ukabam: 36 degrees was very key in my transition to Tulsa. A great place to build community. What did working in, and with the people of, Birmingham prepare you for here in Tulsa?
Elizabeth Brolick: My company, Switchgear Search & Recruiting was the first company to graduate from the Forge! It was such a great experience!
Linda Hollingsworth: I can appreciate that the non-profit business plan for 36 Degrees will likely always focus on helping entrepreneurial individuals and companies. Covid has opened the eyes of many established companies to the need for a balanced office vs home or co-working spaces. How do you see that changing our work space in the future?
Mike Workman: 36°N has long looked upon other co-working spaces as colleagues rather than competitors. How does 36°N interact with them?
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Brenda Porter: Thanks so much for hosting Devon Laney, 36 degrees North! Great information! I apologize I have a meeting conflict and have to join my next meeting now.