Madison coworking space 100state announced a new small business membership program at its year-end event on Saturday night.
Now after raising $3.5 million in their Series A, Niko and his team are working hard to provide developers the much-needed capability of using health care records in their applications.
When 100state first started, it was a coworking space with a goal of supporting people as they pursued their entrepreneurial dreams. Over the past two years, it’s evolved into a conduit for talented people who come to Madison and want to become involved in something big.
A few weeks ago I was heading from home to a Capital Entrepreneurs meetup on a hot summer day. I had my bag and bike and for a moment, I wished I had an office downtown where I could stash my things and tidy up before heading into the event. Then I remembered that I did — 100state. I don’t work from 100state’s coworking space every day, or even most days, as I prefer the quiet of my home office.
LetsKeepBuilding inspired Madison to continue building our community. On March 14th, 2015, 100state hosted the LKB Mixer: “Here To Build.” LetsKeepBuilding is a marketing company from New York that has moved to Madison and is now apart of the 100state community. Their principles are building people, building products and building communities. The event showcased 100state members who are building awesome things for the Madison.