ShareSpace Launches Coworking Space For Independent Professionals and Freelancers in Downtown Rochester

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ShareSpace Launches Coworking Space For Independent Professionals and Freelancers in Downtown Rochester

Working from home just got better

ROCHESTER HILLS, MI, DECEMBER 7, 2014 – ShareSpace, a new coworking community, in Downtown Rochester Hills will launch on Saturday, December 13 at 10am. ShareSpace is offering a 20% holiday discount for those who become a member before its grand opening.

ShareSpace is a 2,700-square-foot space inside the Storm Lake Capital building on 150 S. Elizabeth Street, Rochester, MI. The coworking space offers freelancers, startups, independent professionals, and small business owners a flexible and affordable place to work and gather in a synergetic environment. ShareSpace provides free wifi, complimentary artisan coffee, and free printing. Membership perks vary between Freelancer, Coworker and Resident. Day passes are available for $15.

About ShareSpace

ShareSpace is an Oakland County coworking community for independent professionals and freelancers located in Downtown Rochester, MI. As more people move towards freelance and independent contract work, there is a growing need for workspaces. Sharing workspace with other like-minded people creates an energetic and innovative work atmosphere. ShareSpace provides the traditional office amenities without the distractions that comes with working from home or coffee houses. It’s affordable and is suited for professionals with different office needs. Coworking gives the opportunity for professionals in different fields to gather and collaborate in one space. See what happens when awesome individuals ShareSpace!

ShareSpace Beginnings

Before founding ShareSpace, Doug Van Slembrouck spent most of his career working at larger corporations and software companies. Van Slembrouck started a freelance agency, RedPawn Creative, seven years ago and had enough work to go completely freelance in 2013. He lived in Chicago at the time and had a variety of coworking spaces to join. In July 2014, Van Slembrouck and his wife moved back to their hometown, Rochester, MI and realized Oakland County was in need of a coworking space. ShareSpace will officially launch Saturday, December 13, 2014.

To request an interview with Doug Van Slembrouck or tour ShareSpace, please contact:

Amanda Schupra