This month’s newsletter includes Community Events here at the Digital Workshop Center including a ‘Tips & Tricks for Freelance Designers’ Lunch n’ Learn, Green Drinks Meetup, QuickBooks for Small Business class, and Intro to Social Media Class. As always the October newsletter includes a list of our fast-approaching classes and schedules.read more
You’re invited to check out the new Community and Coworking Space! We will have: FREE Food & Drink, Raffle with cool prizes (Coworking membership, local gift cards, and more!), and Yard Games & Entertainment. Wed. 9/30 5-8pread more
One of the up and coming trends in the creative business world is the concept of shared work environments, and these wonderful collaborative spaces are changing the way we view and do our work. For a small monthly membership fee, you can have access to a professional office, take part in social and networking events, and even get deep discounts on classes and other programs to enhance your knowledge and further your career. And the best part of investing in a local co-working group is that you know exactly where the money goes and you know that your neighborhood friends and contacts will benefit from such a powerful collaborative force in the community.read more
In the frenetic world of online marketing, it can be challenging to stand out as a small business owner. You may be overwhelmed with all the options out there for promotion and find yourself confused on which avenues to invest in to bring in clients and sales. Luckily, as time goes on, more user-friendly and effective solutions are being brought to the market and with a little research and learning, you can grow your business with less effort and more style!read more
Like many in the startup world, Stu Crair saw an opportunity and seized upon it.
Crair, founder of Digital Workshop Center, was teaching adult education classes in Fort Collins when he noticed student satisfaction was low for tech-related classes and many were cancelling before their class was over.
“I realized that the (tech education) area was lacking a little bit,” he said. “That’s how (Digital Workshop Center) was born.”read more