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Member Events in the New Year

We are pleased to be hosting some amazing events in 2016.  As a space for our members, our events are now only brought to you by Green Spaces Members.  Many of our events are also member only to strengthen our community and our knowledge within our community.  Events are now planned a quarter in advance.  Please check out our events calendar to learn more.  If you are interested in joining our community of socially conscious, green and entrepreneurial individuals, you are welcome to join as a clubhouse member.  

Hope to see you this winter!  You are always welcome to come by for a open house and complimentary day to learn more about our community and experience a day at Green Spaces. 

Warm regards and happy new year!

Jennie Nevin

Founder of Green Spaces

Reserve your spot! Experience a whole new way of Coworking....

Green Spaces is launching pods in January 2015 – a whole new way to cowork!  Pods are groups of dedicated desks either for teams or custom matched groups.  Your own beautiful dedicated desk custom created by Eden Oaks designer woodward and Rob Siverly.  Desks can be branded with your company information and you have a chance to work more closely with other members that are complimentary to your business!  Reserve your spot now: Green-spaces-poster-Oct-14-BLEEDS (1)

Guerrilla Art Walk meets Epic Beer

GuerrillaartwalkLooking for a fun and interesting way to earn DOUBLE POINTS for October's Green Commuting Challenge?Join Walk2Connect for a 60minute Guerilla Art Walk and Epic Beer. RiNo is a designated Arts District and home to amazing graffiti artists from around the world. Learn more about the art, the artists, and how the city encouraging creative industry in unconventional ways. We'll wrap up at Epic Brewing Companyfor a pint of locally craft beer.

- $10 includes a pint at Epic Brewing. - Limited to 15 participants so register today!

To Register, Please purchase a ticket here:

Green Spaces Named One Of 13 Inspiring Coworking Spaces by Dwell

Dwell recently posted their picks for inspiring coworking spaces around the world and we are happy to say Green Spaces Colorado has made the list.  From the article: "This solar-powered coworking space in Denver's arts district is literally a breath of fresh air, and not just because the plethora of reclaimed wood planters between desks freshens the environment. With plans to expand and add a rooftop garden, the dog-friendly space offers a healthy environment to mitigate the screen’s ever-present glow"

To read the entire article visit:

Meet a Green Spaces Member: Adam Chandler

Adam Chandler

Like most people in 2008 Adam found himself out of work after he had just moved across country from Vermont to Fort Collins, Colorado. In the face of this adversity Adam did the only logical thing he could think of, he became an entrepreneur. It’s been 6 years now since he started his business New World Global Marketing and for the past 9 months he’s had the pleasure of calling Green Spaces his home.

Adam’s business deals with direct response marketing; provides business’s nation wide with instructional material for Internet marketing. Now you may be asking how is direct response marketing a green business? Well all the products Adam sells are digital that means no shipping cost, no paper usage, no fuel costs, and he teaches others around the country how to do the same.

So we asked Adam what he liked so much about Green Spaces? “As a home business owner working exclusively from home can be challenging distracting and unproductive. Green Spaces gives a new environment to work in which helps increase productivity and effectiveness.  Also, Green Spaces provides an amazing opportunity to network and meet other local businesses to form new partnerships with”-Adam Chandler.

In his free time Adam enjoys going to concerts, camping, hiking, and snowboarding. When asked if he like bacon his response was, “doesn’t everybody like bacon?” If you want to learn more about Adams journey from rags to riches (or nicer rags) check out his website


Crucial Litmus Test for Every Entrepreneur

We all know ideas are a dime a dozen. So how do you know if your idea is worth pursuing? My b-school friends say that a good vetting question is, “Does your idea solve a pain?” I completely agree but, as an entrepreneur who wants to change the world, I need much more than Advil.

Meet Green Spaces' latest Fireside Chat speaker, Paul Polizzotto, Innovator and Social Entrepreneur



Paul Polizzotto, Founder and President of CBS EcoMedia, has built a very successful career by discovering and developing great ideas.  In the process, he’s developed a 4-question litmus test that can help entrepreneurs evaluate the mettle, and the promise, of their latest business propositions.

Paul grew up in Southern California in the late 70s and early 80s, and spent much of his time surfing in the polluted waters of Santa Monica Bay. As a result, he suffered from chronic upper respiratory infections, sore throats, and cuts that wouldn’t heal.

He realized that one source of the toxins was the contract cleaning industry. Operating illegally, contractors cleaned parking lots and industrial sites, disposing of the run-off and detergents in the storm drain system, thereby contaminating the river and ocean waters into which they feed.

What to Know about B Corporation Certification

Walk the TalkB Corp status--granted by B Lab, a Wayne, Pa., nonprofit--has become a badge of honor for more than 750 socially and environmentally conscious businesses since 2007. Some of the bigger names to nab the certification include Ben & Jerry's, Patagonia, Etsy, Warby Parker and New Belgium Brewing. In some states companies can up the ante by becoming a Benefit Corporation, a legal entity that requires business owners to consider employees, community and the environment when making decisions, rather than being beholden solely to profits....