I recently traveled to Sacramento. I love the foothills but it’s nice to have a change in pace. I had a lot of work I had committed to and needed to spend the morning being professional and productive. Even though I’m a huge fan of coworking and love it, I thought about spending my morning in a coffee shop trying to get work done.
I was only going to be in town for the day and I was only going to need to work for a few hours. I thought to myself, “sure, a coffee shop might be fine”, hoping that the wi-fi would be reliable and the clientele would be respectful. Instead, I found The Trade, a coworking-space-coffee-shop located on K Street in midtown Sacramento. For me, it was a perfect happy medium.
I’m glad I chose coworking. I was able to get a cup of tea and sit down to a friendly and professional workspace. I met a few wonderful people while coworking and I got the work done that needed to get done.
If you are ever visiting Nevada County and thinking about spending the day in a coffee shop or restaurant trying to get work done, consider instead spending the day at Sierra Commons. Coworking can offer the best of both worlds—a friendly atmosphere and a wonderful place to work.
Sierra Commons along with the City of Nevada City is teaming up with SARTA, the Sacramento Regional Technical Alliance, to bring the Epic Beer and Geeks event to Nevada County on Thursday November 20th 6pm-8pm to be held at ol’ Republic Brewery in Nevada City. Thursday’s event in Nevada City is being held in conjunction with four other locations in Northern California including Sacramento, Folsom, Davis and Roseville and will connect local entrepreneurs, hackers, techies, computer nerds and small business owners throughout the Northern California region. The event is a part of Global Entrepreneurship Week and the public is invited to participate.
“Nevada City is thrilled to serve as a host city for the Epic Beers and Geeks networking event in celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week,” say Mark Prestwich, City Manager for Nevada City. “We are home to incredible technology talent in this region and hope budding entrepreneurs, technology professionals, and others will participate in this tremendous and cost-free opportunity.” The City of Nevada City issued a proclamation at the City Council meeting on November 12th celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week and acknowledging Sierra Commons for the organization’s dedication to connecting and engaging technology entrepreneurs in our community.
The Epic Beer and Geeks event is a casual mixer designed to help techies around the region connect, learn, and engage. The event is designed to foster comradery and to help connect the Nevada County tech community to the greater tech community in the Sacramento region and in Northern California.
“This event is going to be fun but it additionally gives our local talent the opportunity to connect and network with other professionals on a regional level,” says Hilary Hodge of Sierra Commons. “We have a lot of tech savvy people who live and work in our county. Teaming up with SARTA for Thursday’s Beer and Geeks event gives Nevada County an opportunity to showcase our talent.” A representative from SARTA will be at the event. The event will include video conferencing with the other events and locations. For more information contact Sierra Commons at (530) 265-8443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.