LAUNCH

Co-Working

Makerspace

116 Main Street

Nyssa, Oregon

Re-Opening June 1st. Please read our Covid-19 Protocols.

A CO-WORKING PLACE THAT PROVIDES COMMUNITY FOR REMOTE WORKERS, BUSINESS OWNERS, ENTREPRENEURS, AND SIDE HUSTLERS

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.
Come spend time with other inspirational people!

What do you need to be successful? I need a strong internet connection, a comfortable space, lots of room to spread out, no household distractions and amazing co-workers. I can't get those things in the back bedroom of my house. How would your work improve in the right environment?

Computers Available

Conference Table & Projector

Hi-speed Internet

Wi-Fi Printer

A PLACE THAT PROVIDES ALL THE FACILITIES FOR COMFORTABLE WORK ENVIRONMENT

At Launch you can have a meeting with a client, teach a class, work on your social media presence and learn new things. The attached tech makerspace provides you a place to record videos, take photographs, make a video conference call and create your own digital content. Relax and read that self-development book you’ve always wanted to read. The owner is a professional curriculum developer for a tech start-up school and former professor that can help you learn new skills. 

VERY AFFORDABLE CO-WORKING PLACE

This is Nyssa, Oregon and not San Francisco, California or even Boise, Idaho. We are rural and small and we like it that way. Our small businesses are not tech startups and our margins are tight. This co-working place was started because our area deserves to have opportunity. We are smart, resourceful and motivated individuals that are capable of great things. We just need to come together to share ideas, knowledge and equipment to get our ideas off the ground (or LAUNCHed!)

MAKERSPACE

At the core of a makerspace is creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests. This space is for helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). This space will provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills, and even boost self-confidence. Makerspaces also foster entrepreneurship and are utilized as incubators and accelerators for business startups. This makerspace will start out equipped for FLL robotics, VEX robotics, electronics, vinyl cutting, photo and video production, and sewing. There are plans to purchase equipment for laser cutting, 3D printing and CNC routing after the space becomes financially self-sufficient.