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B-Square

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James Carlson

on 13 April 2015

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Transcript of B-Square

Collaboration and Health
Creative Production
Fostering community, innovation, and entrepreneurship; building and sustaining growth in the new economy
2002, Milwaukee
BUCKETWORKS
B-Square
Members
Community
2007-2015:
400
Startups / entrepreneurs
Creative / design
Mobile / independent worker
Small business / Corporation
Individual adult / family
Students and youth
Engineering / Technologist
Families
Guests
Students
Visitors to Monona
Area businesses
Non-profit groups
Arts and culture
Art gallery
Computer Lab
Creative Workshop
Event Venue
Law Office
Coffee Shop
800-900 events per year
90 new startup companies
100s of members and partners
1000s of works of art and culture
2 weddings, so far!
2002-2007: 1
Entrepreneurship
Co-working
Accelerator
Incubator
Drop-in workspaces
Enable the independent / mobile professional
Internet, cafe, meeting rooms
3-6 months
concept
launch
private workspaces for small teams
Outcomes
New businesses
More jobs
Social enterprise
Community integration
Celebration
INNOVATION for MONONA
Products and invention
Healthy residents
Cafe and Commons
Event & Meeting Space
Fitness Center
Speaking engagements, presentations, large and small meetings, parties and family events
Treadmills

Free weights

Shower

Tenants, members, guests
coffee, tea, bakery, social areas
Community Kitchen
Food Court
Makerspace
Locally produced foods
Created by members in community kitchen
Cooking classes, food programs, and events
Licensed production equipment and facility

Training and education

Used by: bakeries, startup catering, hosted cooking sessions, social food events and programs
3D printing
Wood/metal shop
Mechatronic lab
Laser cutting
Textiles / Sewing
Art studio / Gallery
Rapid Prototyping
Youth and adult

Personal and business
Sustainability
GRANTS & DONATIONS
EVENT RENTAL
SPONSORSHIPS
CONTRACT SERVICES
MEMBERSHIPS
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