Small Business Week 2018

Hire Education

For small business week this year, on May 4th, the Northwest Oklahoma City Chamber will be holding a full-day workshop in our space called Hire Education, to help small businesses recruit, train, and retain great employees.

The event will discuss new markets for finding employees, ensuring workforce diversity, and keeping employees motivated and committed over time. The program will include keynote and breakout session presentations, a B2B Trade Show, an opportunity to connect with job seekers, and time for business building networking.

Event schedule:

7:30am Vendor Setup
8:15am-8:45am Registration and Mingle (coffee and pastries)
8:45am-9:30am Morning Keynote
9:45am-10:30am Morning Breakout Sessions I
10:45am-11:30am Morning Breakout Sessions II
11:45am-1:15pm Luncheon Keynote
1:30pm-2:15pm Afternoon Breakout Sessions III
2:30pm-3:15pm Afternoon Breakout Sessions IV
3:30pm-5:00pm Mingle in the Trade Show area/Grand Prize Drawing

Use this form to register with the NW Chamber.

If you’d like to be an event sponsor, complete this form.

Or if you’d like to apply for a B2B Trade Show Booth, use this form.

Update

Here is a link to the EventBrite event, where you can buy tickets online.

Coworking PRICE DROP!

We pride ourselves on being competitive in our pricing. Also, coworking is not our core business (though it’s an important part of our business), so we have more wiggle room than most would. After a review of our pricing structure, we’ve decided to drop our monthly membership price to $99. That’s right, all the comforts you’d expect, but for under a hundred bucks. This is not a special or an introductory price. This is the price, going forward. Even better? For a limited time, when you sign up for your first month, you get an additional week free. Five weeks for the price of four. That’s just a few bucks a day! Why WOULDN’T you give it a try?

Why Project 3810?

There are a lot of great spaces out there, no doubt. You might ask, why should we use Project 3810 instead of one of the dozen similar spaces in town? While not every space is the right fit for every business, areas we feel particularly strong in are scale and flexibility. We offer among the best growth options (outside owning your own building) for a startup. We don’t expect you to be with us forever (that’s actually a bad thing for your business), but if you start here, you’ll be able to grow here. And we make every effort to provide our clients with maximum flexibility. For example, we have NO lease term requirements for our private offices. While we will have you to sign a lease for legal reasons, we won’t lock you in to a time frame. Whether you need space for an hour (conference/event), a day (coworking), a month (private office), or longer, we’ll do what you need to make it work. Come check us out. Let’s see how we fit.

Get help from SCORE at Project 3810

Project 3810 now has a certified SCORE mentor on-site. ANY small business in Oklahoma City needing help can visit us if our mentor’s area of expertise fits your needs. For the purposes of integrity, if you’re a tenant or a prospective tenant, we’ll have to refer you to another mentor, but you can still have your mentor meetings right here at Project 3810, as SCORE has an open invite to use our space. No more dealing with the parking and security hassles of the downtown SCORE office!

Coworking Update

Coworking Room

We launched our coworking space just last month, but we knew there was more to do. This month, with the help of our design consultant, we made the space a little more cozy. We figured, mid-century design for a mid-century building. Come see for yourself and let us know what you think!

Coworking Room
Our newly redesigned coworking space inspired by its mid-century roots.

Innovation Past, Present, and Future

At Project 3810, we’re focused on being a center for entrepreneurship and innovation, and we picked the right location for the task. Innovation has been happening at our space for a long time. For decades our building (built in 1959) was the headquarters of the Little Giant Pump Company, an innovator in its field. That company was acquired in 2006 by Franklin Electric, who shut down this location in 2012, paving the way for our endeavor. Consider being a future innovator at our space. We have everything you need to start and grow, this site has a history of innovation, and that’s only the beginning of our story.