We are pleased to announce our newest program, ThincLocal, a monthly effort to elevate awareness of talented local businesses and artists. This month, our inaugural featured artist is Lane Huerta of Lovelane Designs, a local screenprinter of various high-end home goods. Her work is available via her Etsy shop, or locally at Paris Market, 24e, or Fabrika Fine Fabrics. Take a look at her signature tea towels, custom latitude pillows, and reusable produce bags. Read…
ThincSavannah’s Pot Party on 4/19 gained some traction in the local media, answering questions about just what type of Pot Party we were hosting. The answer? Of course, it was a plant drive cum fundraiser for the Forsyth Farmer’s Market. Duh. View our spot on WTOC’s evening news. Read more about it in the Do section of the Savannah Morning News.
It was another smashing event at ThincSavannah as 11 people showed off their design prowess at Egg Drop Yo! The challenge was judged based on design, accuracy of the drop and egg breakage. This year’s winner was Focus Lab‘s Bill Kenney with Stacie Jaynes placing second and Seth Michalak third. Most importantly, $150 was raised for Friends of Statts which is a non-profit organization committed to assisting with Jason Statts’ rising medical costs. Read more…
We finally made TV as Ashley Bowersox was interviewed on Mid-Morning Live on WTOC to talk about ThincSavannah and “coworking”. Click here and scroll through the segments on the right hand side of the page to see what the buzz is about.
Our 2nd Annual Holiday Potluck Party was a great success thanks to all of the members and friends who filled our kitchen with a delicious array of foods. Pulled pork, BBQ ribs, ham, cookies, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, etc…. you get the picture. But just in case you missed it, read this great article by Bunny Ware and enjoy her take on ThincSavannah.
The Savannah Morning News has picked up the story about our expansion plans! Take a look at the article here. If you are in the neighborhood, stop by and take a look at our progress. The framing is up for the five offices, and by next week, the walls should be going up. Here is a little glimpse from 11/10/2011.
The RSVP show at Thinc Art is getting rave reviews for its originality. Read about what the Savannah Morning News says in its April 28, 2011 article. The show runs until June 3. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm or by appointment. Please contact 912.544.1200 for more information.
In April 2011’s issue of the BIS, ThincSavannah Co-founder Ashley Bowersox showcases the benefits of coworking for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Click here to read the article.
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – In today’s economy, starting your own business can be tough. But a new place in downtown Savannah is helping to give new small business owners a solid start. It’s called “thincspace” and it’s located between Ellis Square and Broughton Street with more than 5,000 square feet of office space on the third floor overlooking Ellis Square.
The Small Business Chamber held their monthly networking event at ThincSavannah, check out all the fun photographs.