What do you mean by “co-working”?
Webster’s defines co-working as, “A really awesome thing to do when you don’t want to rent a whole dang office but you need a place for yourself or your business to call home.”
Okay, maybe that’s not the dictionary definition, but that doesn’t make it any less true.
So this is in OC Creative's office?
Yep! We had a large space, too large, so we thought, "What can we do with the extra room?" The answer is let our friends come work with us! What are you waiting for?
What kind of spaces are available for me?
I’ve seen your dogs on social media and your web page. Can I bring my dog to work?
While we’d love to meet your doggos, the pets you see online strolling around the office have been through a pretty thorough office-compatibility barrage. We make sure they all behave in a businesslike manner, don’t pee on the carpet, and don’t hurt anyone or each other.
But please, please, please show us pictures of your beloved companions. We already love them; we promise!
I don’t wanna be locked in to some contract. What can you do for me?
While we'd miss you dearly, we don't require any long-term memberships, and we won't make you jump through three rings of fire before parting ways (as awesome as that would look on your social media).
Yes, you will be asked to sign an agreement that promises you will play nice in our space. And yes, for the sanity of our accounting administration, we'd like you to sign up for your payment via reoccurring monthly credit card payments. But give us the word in writing (email, snail mail, proclamation on our front door, etc.) and you will be able to stick around til the end of the month.