TechSpace, the nation’s leading provider of on-demand, alternative office space has partnered with OCTANEe, a collaborative organization that fosters entrepreneurship in Southern California. The event will take place on Thursday, April 30 at the Hyatt Regency in Irvine from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The event is geared toward the biomedical and technology communities; more than 75 companies will have the opportunity to display their latest products and technologies to an audience of approximately 250 business leaders and venture Capitalists from Southern California.
OCTANe and TechSpace have a strong professional relationship – OCTANe has resided in TechSpace’s Aliso Viejo location for three years, and offers free membership to all TechSpace clients. Additionally. both companies cater to growth and startups and support up-and-coming industries connecting people, capital and technology.
“TechSpace is ideal for startup companies that may not have the capital to invest in traditional commercial real estate leases,” says Victor Memenas, COO of TechSpace. “With our short-term agreements and powerful IT platform, we provide something that no one else in Orange County can offer. We’ve helped hundreds of creative thinkers bring their business ideas to fruition, and we look forward to assisting many more.”
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