Since the decline of 2008 and the rise of post-industrial cities, it's no wonder why so many organizations and municipalities are seeking partners to help them spur entrepreneurship in their communities.
Working Title Ventures partners with these organizations in developing programs, curriculum, and policies to introduce and cultivate the concept and effects of increased entrepreneurship and small business growth.
With more than 67% of net new jobs coming from small businesses, cities and regions are keen to introduce business support services from incubators, to tax abatements, to regulations review.
Working Title Ventures works with these organizations to research, identify, and create strategies, plans, and policy recommendations around cluster development, technology-driven entrepreneurship, placemaking, and support of the creative industries.
Innovation is a term that's thrown around a lot lately. To us, it's a new idea, concept, product, or process that adds value to customers/users or has a greater impact on society.
We focus our efforts on innovation around growth – that could be developing a skunkworks project within a larger corporation, the founding of a fabrication lab in a busy downtown, or the recommendation of radically different funding/revenue streams for traditional organizations.
We all know it takes a village. Does your community have the resources and spaces that facilitate startup growth?
Let us help in identifying what your communities regional assets are, then provide recommendations and plans for seeding it with resources like coworking spaces, incubators, accelerators, studios and more.