Here are some of the top questions
people ask us.
No. About 30% of our members are business owners.
About 80% of our members join for one of the following reasons.
1. They desire a rich community of local professionals to be a part of.
2. They want to participate in all of the included education and programming at The Bakery.
3. They want to have the most affordable office space in town.
Everyone has their more specific reason for joining. Grab a Day Pass, come down to The Bakery, and start asking our members why they are really here. They will tell you.
Where do we start with this one. First we have amazing perks which you can check out here.
Here are 29 reasons that our members gave us that someone should join.
If you want a tour just give us a call before hand and come on down. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up something in the future. Also, by getting a Day Pass you can come spend the day with us for free which would give you the best feel for the space. You can get a day pass by clicking here.
We only allow members to host an event. Email the office at email@example.com for more details.
We do offer a member directory. However, we highly discourage any activity that might be perceived as SPAM.
No. There is no expectation that they will do business with you. You must earn their trust before you can ever earn their dollars.
The largest coworking/collaboration space in the Great Plains.
Despite the numerous requests, we do not make dinosaur cakes.
The staff picks the classes based on the recommendations and needs of our members.
No, however, their are many spaces to hide and work alone. None of the spaces completely close off though.
Yes unless you come on FREE Friday.
Yes, we have a 7-person conference room upstairs and a classroom that holds up to 50.
It is a time where The Bakery is free to anyone. At noon there is a speaker and lunch is provided.
Yes. We’d like them to check in though.
Most of the time The Bakery is pretty quiet. We would recommend bringing earbuds though.
Yes, two. Both are color and FREE.
Our average age is 37, and the average age at the homecoming dance was probably 50. We have members who are 16 and members who are 70.
We will do our best.
Yes, just let us know what you are looking for.
The vending machines in the basement are the only other costs we are aware of.
No and yes. It is very cooperative by nature but not a legal co-op structure.
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Yes. A team a 3 can purchase a year membership for $1500. This would be buying 3 year long memberships (valued at $1000/each) for the price of $1500.
Check out our awesome team here.
Only during large events is the building crowded. Those happen roughly 2-3 times a month. The rest of the time the building has plenty of space.
We aren’t quite sure yet, it holds 400 just fine.
It is always open to members.