“Epicenter’s economic development mission is to foster a culture of inclusive innovation and to grow entrepreneurship in our region,” said Jessica Taveau, Interim Chief Executive Officer. “As we plan for returning to, most likely, a hybrid remote/in-person work environment, we strongly believe that accessible, welcoming spaces in which we collaborate and convene our entrepreneurial community will still be essential to economic growth.”
Memphis’ Epicenter moving its location, shutting co-working space
Memphis’ Epicenter is on the move.
In an announcement last week, the Greater Memphis region’s non-profit entrepreneurship hub said it will relocate its primary office location to 150 Peabody Place in downtown Memphis. As part of the transition, Epicenter will wind down its traditional co-working program at the Cooper-Young location where it provided flexible workspace for entrepreneurs, freelancers, remote workers, and non-profit organizations.