Creative office space provider, The Living Room Inc., has recently announced that acquisition of Platform 53. This Cincinnati co-working space is the oldest in the city, located in Covington's MainStrasse Village. The acquisition will enhance The Living Room's already existing co-working service, diversifying its co-working community in Norwood.
Platform 53's previous owner, Stacy Kessler, writes, "I've known The Living Room since before they began and I am absolutely confident they will keep the spirit of Platform 53 living, and with their expanded resources, be able to do more and offer more than I ever was able to."
The acquisition comes as a result of Kessler's desire to focus on her consulting business which helps entrepreneurs develop and manage their business strategy. While the transition is bittersweet, Kessler hopes to "infuse the heart and soul of Platform 53" into The Living Room's current co-working offering. Both Stacy Kessler and The Living Room owners, Jerry and Joey Haselmayer are excited about the merging of services.
The Living Room launched its own co-working program in late 2017 as a third arm of the business. Aside from the shared workspace, The Living Room is a creative meeting space, as well as a full-service qualitative research facility, playing host to companies and brands of all sizes. With the addition of Platform 53's community, The Living Room hopes to see its co-working grow into a thriving collection of high-energy professionals and entrepreneurs.
In celebration, The Living Room will offer its co-working program for free in the month of January. This promotion, which will only last the month of January, will kick off on the 2nd of the month with a full-day event which will provide tours, orientation, free meals, quest speakers, and even a happy hour. To find out more, visit this link.
SOURCE The Living Room Inc.
Edited by V. Haviland
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