Albany, NY Coworking News & Events

SPACES SPOTLIGHT: The Eleanor Conference Room

SPACES SPOTLIGHT: The Eleanor conference room. This light-filled, window-lined room is perfect for larger meetings or when you need to impress that new client. With state-of-the-art technology, you can even include people half a world a way in your meetings and conversations. And, when we host larger events, it’s perfect for the “food and drink room.” Contact us to book…
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SPACES SPOTLIGHT: The Franklin Room

SPACES SPOTLIGHT: Tucked away in the middle of our space on the fourth floor at 150 State St. is a midsized conference room named for the longest serving President in US history. The Franklin Room not only harkens back to FDR’s nation-changing presence, but also shouts out another local hero, Norman Rockwell. Between quotes and the pictures on the wall,…
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Visit Us on August 9 to Celebrate International Coworking Day!

On August 9, 2005, a software engineer introduced the concept of coworking through a blog post. Read more about the day here. Now, 18 years later, we’re proud to celebrate International Coworking Day – and all the success coworking has been worldwide. As a special thank you, we’re opening our spaces on August 9 to everyone. That’s right, come in,…
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End of School Special Offer

You’ve spent the last 10 months working from home, starting your own small business or otherwise having a nice quiet place to work each and every day. (Ok, maybe not a couple of holiday weeks.) Now, summer is upon us. Along with the bright sunshine, the late afternoon thunderstorms and lazy weekends, comes the children and anyone related to the…
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Dispatches from Planet Albany – LIVE! on June 5

Join us for this unique, behind-the-scenes look at the making of Live from Planet Albany. Be there as Dave Lombardo, Rebecca Garrard and Shontell Smith discuss the political news of the day in Albany and what the summer might hold in state politics. Agenda 5:00p – Networking 5:30p – Recording of Live from Planet Albany, with Dave Lombardo, Rebecca Garrard…
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Move-In May Special Offer

Move into your dream office during May 2023 and receive an exclusive move-in offer! Sign a lease for any of our available office spaces this month and get your first month’s rent completely waived.* Plus, enjoy additional benefits such as: Flexible lease terms to fit your business needs High-speed internet and utilities included Access to fully equipped meeting rooms, flexible…
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Visit Us on Your Schedule

With summer weather upon us, we’re all looking for more work flexibility. Now, the Bull Moose Club has what you need. Purchase a Book of Passes and visit us for only $15 per day. Come in whenever you’d like and use our coworking spaces. You’ll get access to our space and have the chance to meet some of the Capital…
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Don’t Feel Isolated

Remote work doesn’t have to mean isolation. We have a great community of Capital Region professionals who want to cowork and mix things up now and then. Our “Book of Passes” is the most flexible option and a great price (at $15 per day). Come whenever you want. Bring a friend. Awesome work environment. Great location with iconic views. Fresh…
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Author Q&A: Stories from the Sales Field by Denise Horan

The Bull Moose Club is proud to host Capital Region sales expert, Denise Horan, as she answers the audience’s questions and shares her best tips for a successful 2023. The event will take place on Thursday, February 16, starting at noon. You can register for tickets at https://storiesfromthesalesfield.eventbrite.com. Sales in a regular setting is difficult work. After three years of…
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Hot off the press! The Capitol View’s Reporters Roundtable is February 15.

Event announcement The Capitol View Reporters Roundtable Presented by The Martin Group, hosted by Bull Moose Club is happening on February 15, starting at 7:30 a.m. You can register at https://reportersroundtable.eventbrite.com.  Albany has been called a lot of things since lawmakers first convened in the city in the late 1700s. But there is one thing it is not: boring. Join…
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