Software engineer Parker Agee is excited to unveil his vision for a co-working community at The Mill at Lebanon this fall.
Agee has secured a room in the loft portion of The Mill which will house his business, Create Coworking, complete with individual desks, meeting space, a coffee bar and more for professionals and small business owners who want to take their work away from home.
"We are targeting small business owners and people who don't want to work from home," he explained while giving The Wilson Post a sneak peak of the space on Monday.
The idea for a co-working space is not necessarily new; however, it would be new to this area. Agee, who works remotely from EMMA out of Nashville, was inspired to start Create Coworking by his own life and work preferences.
Agee moved from Arlington, Tennessee two years ago to start a position with EMMA. He is married and a father of three.
"A lot of people maybe don't want to commute to the office in Nashville, and I wanted to come up with a place to work that wasn't sitting in a coffee shop," he said. "A lot of times - at home there are distractions. You can't get into work-mode and you are not fully focused."
Create Coworking offers tiers of memberships. There is a $20 Day Pass; Part-time Membership; Full-Time Membership; and a Dedicated Desk Membership, which provides professionals with an individual desk, 24/7 access to the room, professional address service, webpage and more.
For more information and pricing, visit createcoworking.com.
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