In this episode, Hall welcomes Nick Iovacchini of KettleSpace, a New York City-based drop-in coworking that partners with local businesses. A former college baseball player, Nick has been an entrepreneur since leaving college. He used his experience in the restaurant space to co-found KettleSpace as a way to provide affordable coworking spaces as well as support local restaurants.
Nick discusses the advantages of a partnership between coworking and food service. He also highlights some of the challenges in the space and provides advice for investors looking into the coworking sector. Finally, Nick talks about the future of KettleSpace, and why he believes it will translate to markets beyond NYC.
You can find KettleSpace at kettlespace.com
Nick can be reached on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/nick-iovacchini-57102317
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