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Country United States of America

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City Fort Wayne

Date of founding


Last Updated 2013-02-27


(260) 255-4451




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614 South Harrison Street, Fort Wayne Indiana
46802 Fort Wayne
United States of America

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Founders Coworking Space is where entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, developers, designers, creatives, and all sorts of other independents come to bring their ideas to life. As one of our friends said, “Founders provides a place for great things to happen!”

Founders offers 34 coworking seats in two open rooms, free wifi throughout, and 5 meeting rooms.

1 private conference room with a traditional conference room table that seats 8 people, a projector, and whiteboards on all walls.

1 small meeting room outfitted with relaxing chairs and tables and a small whiteboard.

2 street-side front room meeting rooms outfitted with tables, chairs, and floor-to-ceiling windows for dry erase sessions.

1 lounge outfitted with comfortable seating, a refrigerator stocked with water and soft drinks, coffeemaker and premium coffee, a microwave, and a supply of snacks.

Founders is free to use. Come, grab a space at a table, snag some free wifi, and build something!

Founders Partners

Ray Angel is a twenty-something startup enthusiast. In addition to being a Founders Partner he is the current CEO at LaunchNow, LLC; formerly the CEO of Startup Weekend, amassed lust entertainment, MOSH mobile, and the former CTO of Quantum OPS, Incorporated and the former Vice President of Product at Panzit. He also serves as a board member for Twelve Cities Project.

Steve Franks’s personal mission is to grow the technology and arts communities in Fort Wayne since, as he would say, they go together. He was previously employed by the Northeast Indiana Innovation Center as Director of Programming.

Ryan Imel is the owner WPCandy, a website focused on the WordPress project. He has spoken on open source topics all over the country and is also the editor of the print magazine The WPCandy Quarterly.

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