The co-founder of the city’s oldest co-working space and founder of interactive design firm P’unk Ave will bring the know-how he’s gathered through years as a city entrepreneur to the University City Science Center as part of its Entrepreneur IQ program.
Geoff DiMasi will hold office hours at Quorum, a co-working and event space the Science Center calls its “entrepreneur clubhouse,” over the next six months, the Science Center announced Wednesday.
It’s the second time Quorum has held its Entrepreneur IQ program, which kicks off during a free reception at its space on the 8th floor on Jan. 24 at 5:30 p.m. It is designed to give entrepreneurs a chance to learn from others with deep experience in building and launching their own businesses.
DiMasi’s known for his role in founding the Indy Hall co-working space, as well as being principal of P’unk Ave, which he founded after spending years as a full-time professor of multimedia at the University of the Arts and designer for national magazines.
Office hours with Geoff can be scheduled by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.