bobbleheads + caffeine
Dedicated tables at Mantle. start at $250/month so you can have an open-air office and keep your computer and bobbleheads in one place. Entertain clients and investors with four free conference room hours a month, while additional hours come at a discount of $10/hour. Your Dedicated Table also comes with a locking file cabinet and a business address where we will receive and sort your mail. No one can work with out coffee or hydration, so we throw in grind-by-the-cup coffee, filtered water, and fruit.
$250 per Month with a 12 Month contract
$300 per Month with a 6 Month contract
Fiber Internet & Full Office
Start working from the first second you step into Mantle. Whether you are working in a private office, a team table, or city club, Mantle. provides complimentary and lightning fast fiber internet access, campus-wide wi-fi, a commercial printer, 24/7 secure access, and storage for when you are taking some you-time exploring your city.
It gets a little awkward holding meetings at your dining room table or sensitive discussions at the coffee shop. Upgrade your business to Mantle. where our rooms can fit meeting of all sizes. So, whether you are having a team meeting in our lounge based small room or hosting a seminar, we have the right size room for your meeting. Oh, and each room is fully equipped with the latest in conference tech.
Working at Mantle. is a bit more than having an office that is not your garage. As we say at Mantle, work is just as much about community than office space. Mantle. was created to be a startup ecosystem so we provide the educational opportunities with seminars and lunches that focus on finance, development, legal and other issues startups face.
Beat Cabin Fever
The value of a network of one person is zero. That’s why working in an office is more important than most people realize. Plus, working alone is boring! Mantle. members range from solo-entrepreneurs to small-team businesses, each in the loneliest part of the business cycle: the start. Join Mantle. to not only beat the boredom, but to create a more powerful network.