Hitting the Ground Running at the OpenGov Hub

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

By Christina Crawley

Perhaps as an April Fool's joke in itself, we actually moved in on schedule to our new digs at 1110 Vermont Avenue on April 1st. OpenGov Hub tenants ("Hubbers" as we call ourselves) both old and new wandered in as early as 7.30am to see where their new workstations would be.

Armed with a 1GB fiber network, 138 workstations, 24 meeting rooms, and a dedicated 2,000 square-foot event space, we've been excited to test out all that the new space has to offer and are busy crafting new creative ways to use the OpenGov Hub.

If you're in the neighborhood and you'd like a tour, let us know either by sending an email to info@opengovhub.org or letting us know on Twitter (@opengovhub). If you're interested in renting the OpenGov Hub's events space for an upcoming event, let us know as well.

And with 28 OpenGov Hub tenants, there are many, many interesting people and groups to meet. When you enter our space, you'll quickly find who to track down on the OpenGov Hub tenant map (see below). 

As the logistical side wraps itself up, we will be ramping up our programming of Brown-Bag Lunches (BBLs), Happy Hours, trainings, etc., so stay tuned by signing up on our mailing list.

Looking forward to having you over soon!

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