VANCOUVER — An event that is part networking and part discussion on the changing creative workforce will be held at the end of the month, according to the Columbia River Economic Development Council.
Grow Clark County is slated for 5 p.m. May 31 at CoLab Shared Workspace, 915 Broadway.
CoLab is the newest co-working space in Vancouver, offering desks, office space and conference rooms at a monthly rate to the growing cohort of people who work remotely.
The event will include a panel discussion on co-working featuring Kylan Johnson, general manager of CoLab; Casey Wyckoff, president of LSW Architects; and Alan Hwang, founder of ACH Marketing.
The CREDC described the event as a place for attendees to network “over an adult beverage and appetizers, paired with discussions relevant to the creative economy in an intimate local business setting.”
Tickets are $15 at colabgrow.bpt.me.
For more information, contact the CREDC at 360-567-3181.