You've reached the tour reservation page where you can RSVP to learn more about Think Big Coworking and Think Big Partners. We are a multi-faceted company with a coworking space, tech team, event series, innovation group, consulting group and more.
Think Big is more than just a company dedicated to entrepreneurship – we remain entrepreneurs ourselves. Through our hybrid combination of innovation constulting sercives, social impact iniatives and collaborative workspaces, we have created a community where early-stage businesses find the necessary elements to launch, grow and succeed. A community where all elements of the ecosystem converge, allowing entrepreneurs to have meaningful “collisions” with others so they feel comfortable collaborating to produce more sustainable and dynamic ventures.
Come tour our space and learn how you can get involved with the companies, tech initiatives and innovation taking root here. We look forward to meeting you!
Book a tour if you're interested in:
- Coworking memberships and dedicated workspace (Looking for a private office? We encourage you to contact us to learn more about our dedicated workspace options and availability.)
- Meeting space (conference rooms, events, workshop space, etc.)
- Learning how Think Big Partners can help you grow your business (consulting services, tech development, etc.)
- Becoming involved with Think Big Partners (partner opportunities)
Please RSVP to reserve your spot on the walk-through. No printed ticket is needed. We look forward to meeting you!
Directions & Parking: Think Big is located at 1712 Main Street on the SW corner of 17th and Main Street in the brick building across from Bulldog. Enter through the east side door on Main Street marked "Think Big" and walk up the stairs to the 2nd floor. You should see a coffee bar at the top of the stairs. Ramp access is available through the west side of the building. Free parking is available nearby on Baltimore Avenue or paid parking is available in the Crossroads Garage with an entrance off of Main Street between 17th & 18th Street.