Bull City Forward: Looking for Socially Responsible Tenants in Durham

February 7, 2010 · Print This Article

Bull City Forward is opening up a coworking/incubator space in downtown Durham on March 1st for socially responsible companies and non-profits. They are providing subsidized office space and services that include:

  • Central Internet, fax, copying, phones, mailing address, meeting rooms
  • Workshops on fundraising, legal structures
  • Networking events, speakers and a community of change makers
  • Space for members to host their own events

They will be in the Greenfire building at the Kress Building at the corner of Mangum St. and Main St. at 101 West Main in the heart of Durham.

For information on becoming a tenant you can contact Alison Dorsey at alison.noel.dorsey[at]gmail.com.

The Durham Herald-Sun did an article on their vision in January.

It’s truly wonderful what is happening in Durham. This city has been transformed in the past five years and the pace of positive change is accelerating!


2 Responses to “Bull City Forward: Looking for Socially Responsible Tenants in Durham”

  1. Nate Goetz on February 11th, 2010 1:26 pm

    This is a really great opportunity which, hopefully, will help make Durham THE HUB for entrepreneurship! They also have a number of working groups that are looking for talent and leadership. To get involved, contact Elizabeth M. Linzer elizabeth.m.linzer[at]gmail.com.

  2. Cristina Roman on March 23rd, 2010 11:35 am

    As a former Durham resident and an enthusiast of social entrepreneurship, I am incredibly excited for this initiative. I plan to be back in Durham soon and will hopefully be able to get involved!

    Thank you for covering this :)

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