A Space for the Modern Entrepreneur 

    Work, Meet, and Grow at Hot Desk HQ

    By Tylene Stroup  Photo Kimberlee Miller

    Are you a freelancer, remote employee, creative business owner, or startup entrepreneur? Maybe you’re working your side hustle on the weekends? You are the modern entrepreneurs of Boise.

    Jonni Armani moved from Portland with the same dreams that bring many to our gem state. A safe space for his family and enough quiet to hear himself think. After weekend road trips in the country and getting to know the people of the area, the family had settled into their new home. Jonni and his wife, Shelly, were both creative entrepreneurs working out of their home office and various coffee shops. But they found they were missing something.  

    They wanted the space to work independently while still getting the opportunity to collaborate with other creatives and entrepreneurs like themselves. Not to mention an equally important request: unlimited free coffee! Being the entrepreneurial team that they are, the idea for Hot Desk HQ began to form. Last June, they opened the door to the perfect space for modern entrepreneurs.

    Work Space
    If you work from home, you know that you’re probably not as productive as you could be. The kids are climbing all over you. The dog wants to play. The dishes are stacking up. Oh, did the dryer just stop? You better go swap out the laundry. Working from home is awesome. But it doesn’t exactly foster productivity and it isn’t a great place to meet with clients or take calls. You need a place that’s open, bright, and respectfully quiet while still providing the background noise of buzzing productivity.

    Whether you’re a busy freelancer, entrepreneur, or remote worker, you’ll feel right at home in the flexible work spaces Hot Desk HQ offers. When you walk in, you’re greeted with a smile. All you have to do is grab yourself a hot drink and pick a seat. There are a few seating options from private conference rooms to comfy cafe seating. Plan options are affordable with a drop-in rate among membership choices.

    Beginning in January, you’ll find networking opportunities  through Hot Desk HQ’s monthly hosted events. Members and non-members alike are invited to join the events. Jonni and Shelly spoke about their deep desire to help entrepreneurs and creatives connect and maybe even find new business collaborations and resources.  

    Learn and Share
    Are you in need of social media marketing tips? Maybe you’ve always wanted to write a book but don’t know where to start?
    Hot Desk HQ is unique in that they partner with different industry specialists to host events, workshops, and seminars for clients and the community. You can find upcoming events on their website in different categories like marketing, writing, SEO and much more.

    Likewise, if you’re a professional with knowledge you’d like to share to a group, this is the perfect opportunity to expand your reach. Hot Desk HQ will not only host your event but will help grow your audience by advertising it to their own network through social media and email newsletter subscribers.

    Whether you need a space to work, a welcoming environment to make connections, or a place to help grow your career, Hot Desk HQ is perfect for the modern entrepreneur.
    Check out their website for services, pricing information, and upcoming events.

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