BIRMINGHAM — This is a great time for business startups in Michigan with the state’s improved business tax environment and economic development efforts. In addition, venture capital groups such as Birmingham’s IncWell are making it attractive and affordable for startups to secure affordable office space and logistical support.
“Southeast Michigan has an enormous wealth of skill sets, great technical and research resources, and people with ideas and drive. We are pleased to be able to play a role in helping develop a new economy for Michigan,” says Tom LaSorda, former Chrysler CEO and founder of IncWell.
IncWell’s newly renovated co-working space on downtown Birmingham’s Old Woodward Avenue, allows early-stage companies to rent space “by the desk,” while providing access to print, copy and Wi-Fi services; meeting rooms; a fully-equipped kitchen area; secured entry and free on-site parking.
LaSorta says the real “fringe benefits” of IncWell’s co-working space include exclusive events and programs for members, access to the IncWell team and corporate partners, and working in a collaborative community of experienced entrepreneurs.
In addition, there also are numerous practical advantages to leasing space with IncWell, says LaSorda. These benefits include free utilities, no property taxes or maintenance costs; having an attractive, comfortable place to hold business meetings; a mailing address for business use; and the restaurants and amenities of the outstanding Birmingham community just steps away.
For more information visit theincwell.net/space/ or call Sophia Khan at 248-593-9355.