Venture Lane's general manager, Ross Palley says that the company is taking a page out of co-working spaces and startup accelerators' books for this new option for local software startups to rent office spaces.
Recently opened as a preview, the space is billed as both a co-working space (where a desk in a shared space costs $500 a month) and a startup accelerator. Venture Lane’s limited capacity, only up to 25 companies, is marketed as a way for entrepreneurs to find close connections and support—with the advantage that Venture Lane doesn’t take any equity.
“Boston has great accelerators and incubators,” Christian Magel, founder of Venture Lane, said. “They’re highly selective, but they kick you out… We think that for companies that have good traction, high growth and the right people, this could be a very special place.”
Venture Lane is a unique new startup hub in the heart of Boston’s Downtown Crossing, featuring a founder and entrepreneur-led, curated community of early stage tech startups. The company makes a substantial difference for entrepreneurs and their companies by providing a unique mixture of outstanding individual service and attention, a collaborative work family, beautiful cutting-edge space, deep connection to the Boston startup ecosystem, plug and play support by its team and professional partners, and a carefully-crafted educational and social program.
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