The Year of the Local Finale! 5-8p.m.
Welcome to ThincSavannah. See what we have to offer!
All ThincSavannah members have access to conference space.
ThincSavannah’s location in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District offers some great views.
A beautiful kitchen with coffee service is just the start of member benefits.
Wow your clients with great meeting facilities.
Highlighting local artists and businesses each month
ThincVisit provides for 9-5 access to Thinc and all of the member benefits of ThincSavannah for one-day visitors at a rate of $25 per day. Visitors who subsequently join at a regular membership level will receive a $25 credit toward their first month.
ThincHours is a simple way to enjoy the coworking experience. Packages start at just $100, and offer anywhere from 40 hours to unlimited time. Click the icon for more information.
ThincStation memberships offer a semi-private and permanent workspace in a custom-made workstation that can sit 2-4 person teams. Click the icon to learn more.
ThincSavannah offers 14 private ThincOffices ranging in size, location and features. Starting at $500, they offer some of the most affordable private space downtown. Click the icon to learn more.
Friday, June 13, from 6-9p.m. join us as Jennifer Salmon and Jean-Pierre Villafoñe display their works. These two artists explore their craft focusing this collection on movement within the pieces. Salmon incorporates her dance background to create works that embody controlled bursts of energy and patterns. Villafoñe ventures in another lane of movement, focusing on […]
Mark your calendars for the third in series event of a year-long celebration of Savannah locals and their talents! Get your tickets HERE, ___7.11____ Nothing pulls the heart-strings of this sweet, Southern town like a hearty event supporting its residents and their contributions to Savannah’s unique personality and economy. This is exactly why the quarterly […]
Join us for First Thursday, Lunch’N’Thinc 11:30-1p.m. with John Bennett, of Savannah Bicycle Campaign Executive Director Speaking about: Pedaling Productivity: How bicycling can change how we get around and how we get things done ___ Bicycling was once thought of primarily as a recreational activity, but today millions of Americans are using bicycles for transportation. […]
Hostess City Toastmasters meets each Tuesday at Thinc from 6-7pm (with the exception of first Tuesday of each month, when they meet around the corner instead at B&D Burgers). Hostess City Toastmasters was chartered in 1984 with the mission to provide a supportive learning environment in which members have the opportunity to develop oral communication […]
The answer is yes, according to John R. Bennett of the Savannah Bicycle Campaign. Not only does it improve your commuting well-being, bicycling improves your performance and productivity, makes you more pleasant to be around — and saves you money on parking and gas. Bennett moved to Savannah in 1993, where he lived downtown and walked everywhere. […]
Ammie is a small business strategist. She works with small, service based, companies to help define and implement growth strategies. The process is quite simple… she helps the business owner gain clarity surrounding the company mission and market. Then, creates a plan for reaching that market in a client attractive manner. Ammie believes that in […]