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Serial entrepreneur Jonathan Abrams is adding a little class to the co-working model with a new office called the Founders Den. Now, I’m a big fan of some of San Francisco’s other co-working spaces, where very early companies (or, in some cases, anyone else who’s interested) can share an office. But I’ll admit that they get a lot of their charm from their scrappiness. I think the quintessential co-working team is a pair or trio of programmers in their twenties, looking like they walked straight from their bedroom to the office, crammed around a couple of desks, coding. Abrams, who previously founded Socializr, Friendster, and HotLinks, doesn’t fit into that model.
After our startups moved into their spaces in the 4th floor of betahaus we now want to do something for the entrepreneurial souls out there who have not found their partner jet. That is why we are organizing a speed-dating event for entrepreneurs and developers . Here is how co-found.me works: Entrepreneurs & developers rotate to meet each other over a series of one to one 5 minute pitches . At the end of the event participants submit a list of who they’d like to continue talking with. If there’s a match co-found.me forwards the contact info.
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