There's a difference between renting space and joining a movement.
Want to know how hard it is to earn big grants? Ever want to look under the hood of the Pittsburgh startup scene? Are you able to detect a subtle South Park reference? Then this week’s show is for you.
Josh Lucas is the founder of Work Hard Pittsburgh, co-founder of Academy Pittsburgh, and as of this week he’s also received a Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund (CITF) grant that will allow these organizations to expand into 9,000 square feet of new space as they continue their mission to build a sustainable co-op for startups and doers in Pittsburgh. Josh is bullish on the idea of the co-op over the co-working space, and is eager to share why his model is probably better for you.
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