Water for Good’s chief operations officer, Jon Allen, was included in a recent story in the The Observer, a community newspaper that publishes in the Triangle region around Raleigh, N.C. The article reported on a new community workspace in downtown Holly Springs, which happens to be the space where Allen goes to work for the Warsaw, Ind., based organization. (Water for Good is a cooperating ministry in the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches.) A portion of the article appears below. Click here for the complete story.
Holly Springs’ first coworking space opens
HOLLY SPRINGS– Dave Macpherson, a business development consultant, used to drive every day from his home in Holly Springs to work at The Frontier, a co-working space in Research Triangle Park.
But now Holly Springs has its own co-working space called the Coworking Station, putting Macpherson within walking distance of his new desk.
The Coworking Station, which opened Monday, April 4, is a more than 5,000-square-foot community workplace in the former Holly Springs Police Department building at 104 W. Ballentine St. …
A handful of people already have made the Coworking Station their workplace, including Fuquay-Varina resident Jon Allen, who runs a nonprofit based out of Indiana.
“I shifted over here just to have a little bit more interpersonal interaction in terms of, like, the day-to-day, remote-working environment,” he said. …
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