For the first time in Brampton, a new collaborative space is opening up it’s doors downtown. Lab-B is a co-working space at Main and Queen Street for professionals of all backgrounds to come together in a creative community.
Everyone’s having a hard time finding a platform to showcase their work.
Whether you’re a designer, developer, artist or entrepreneur, Lab-B is a locale where you can rent space to work or host events. It’s an ideal place for anyone who works from home, the coffee shop or doesn’t have an formal office.
“A space like this fosters a community of entrepreneurs that need people to inspire them,” says co-founder, Harman Grewal. Due to it’s 1000 sq. ft. open concept style, people can work independently or share knowledge and co-create with one another.
So how does a co-working space work? Individuals sign up for a membership depending on their needs. Whether you’re looking for a place to host interviews for a day, or want to set up your own desk from Monday to Friday, Lab-B offers various rates on a flexible plan.
A space like this fosters a community of entrepreneurs
After visiting similar buildings in Toronto and London, Ontario, Lab-B co-founders, Harman Grewal and Harpreet Zingh wanted to create one in Brampton.
“There’s a gap in Brampton that needs to be filled for creative people,” says Grewal. “Everyone’s having a hard time finding a platform to showcase their work.”
Along with inspiring innovation, Lab-B hopes to build up community in the city. It’s hosting its official launch party Jan. 8 featuring guests speakers, music and food. The site officially opens for use on Jan. 12.
For more details on Lab-B launch party, click here.