By Taylor Brightwell, Downtown Devil, November 24, 2014
The CO+HOOTS Foundation hosted a gallery event Friday night at Treeo to display their project from Pro Bono Week. The Impact event showcased the infographics made for 10 local nonprofits by 10 local graphic designers.
By Becky Brisley, Downtown Devil, November 21, 2014
Members of CO+HOOTS, a Phoenix coworking space, are creating an exchange program to collaborate with fellow entrepreneurs in cities across the globe.
By Beth Cochran, Success Lab, November 19, 2014
Matthew Manos is an neo-philanthropist, creative director, author, and founder of verynice, a global design company that dedicates more than 50% of its work to free services for nonprofits. Matt was also named one of Seven Millennials Changing the World by The Huffington Post. Whew! And I’m leaving quite a bit out.
By Beth Cochran, Downtown Phoenix Journal, November 18, 2014
SuccessLab is a mastermind group in which entrepreneurs collaborate to overcome challenges in their individual businesses, and discover ways to grow, and be more productive and efficient. It’s like a brain trust of sorts for entrepreneurs.
By Sophia Kunthara, The Arizona Republic / azcentral.com, November 14, 2014
A local organization and a Phoenix city councilman have launched a global entrepreneurship exchange program that will bring entrepreneurs from around the world to share their expertise and find solutions for local issues.
By Daniel Valenzuela, Ch. 11 DTV, November 13, 2014
Phoenix Councilman Daniel Valenzuela interviews CO+HOOTS and CO+HOOTS Foundation Co-Founder Odeen Domingo and a very nice design studio founder Matthew Manos on his Ch. 11 TV show.
By Hayley Ringle, Phoenix Business Journal, November 12, 2014
The Nerdery has brought its group of passionate nerds working in Web, software and mobile app development to Phoenix.
By Kari Lake, Fox 10 , October 31, 2014
It’s pretty awesome, we’re having a good time, he’s a little scary,” said a worker.
Some folks at CO+HOOTS built the “Hoot Reaper” to have a little fun with on the job.
By Hayley Ringle, Phoenix Business Journal, October 24, 2014
Co+Hoots Foundation has startedCo+Exchanges as an entrepreneur and co-worker exchange program and welcomed its first co+exchanger this week.
By Kristin Romaine, Downtown Phoenix Journal, October 22, 2014
When Jenny Poon and I originally outlined the strategic vision of the CO+HOOTS Foundation, we decided one of the the impact areas would be called “CO+CHANGE THE WORLD.” I knew in my heart that we would do it, I just wasn’t aware it would happen this quickly.
By Angelique Soenarie, The Arizona Republic / azcentral.com , September 30, 2014
CO+HOOTS, a coworking space in downtown Phoenix has been ranked 8th on a list of the nation’s top 75 coworking spaces. The list was compiled by Symmetry50, which provides bookkeeping services for small businesses.
Symmetry50, September 22, 2014
Working from home sounds great but after a while it can get lonely and boring. You start to miss the camaraderie of the office and you notice your days are much more productive when you get out of the house and work at a coffee shop. While cafes can be great workplaces they start to feel like you should move on after a few hours. Co-working spaces combine all of the best thing about working in an office and try to remove the negatives. Here are our choices for the top 75 in the U.S.
By Tishin Donkersley , AZ Tech Beat, August 13, 2014
Ever co-worked with your Mayor? Today City of Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton along with Phoenix Councilman Daniel Valenzuela and Valley entrepreneurs pulled up a chair for CO+HOOTS’ 4th birthday and co-worked with the community.
By Alison Stanton, Arizona Republic, July 07, 2014
Jenny Poon was inspired to open CO+HOOTS, a collaborative workspace located in Phoenix, by the success of her own graphic design company, eeko studio.
Arizona Republic, July 07, 2014
Here are the top 10 Arizona incubators and accelerators.
By Hayley Ringle, Phoenix Business Journal, June 12, 2014
Phoenix coworking space CO+HOOTS has launched a foundation to allow its more than 100 members and other local small businesses, entrepreneurs and co-workers a chance to get more involved in the community.
Points of Light, Billion + Change Newsletter, May 09, 2014
Are you in cahoots with a Billion + Change?
The rise of co-working spaces in redefining the way we work. Impact Hubs from Seattle to Los Angeles to Singapore and Seoul are cropping up as innovation labs and social enterprise centers offering collaborative communities and work spaces for creatives, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
By Ryan Loebe, AZ Tech Beat, May 08, 2014
CO+HOOTS, downtown Phoenix’s largest coworking community, has announced the launch of a charitable non-proﬁt arm: CO+HOOTS Foundation, which will focus on building business educational opportunities, nurturing a stronger coworking community and providing pro bono service to the non-profit sector.
By Travis Arbon, Downtown Devil, March 20, 2014
In his third State of the City address, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton praised the city’s current direction while urging action on education, transportation and international trade….
By DPJ Staff, Downtown Phoenix Journal, March 03, 2014
On Saturday, March 1, Artlink Inc., in partnership with Downtown Phoenix Inc. hosted the Art d’Core Gala at Crescent Ballroom, which featured Mayor Greg Stanton giving his first “Celebrate Downtown” address….
By Stina Sieg, 91.5 KJZZ, December 19, 2013
There’s cubical culture, and then there’s coworking culture. Coworking happens when completely different businesses share a communal workspace. The hope is that they will also share ideas. The concept is popping up around the country and the Valley….
By Kimberly Koerth, The Downtown Devil, August 21, 2013
Three sticky notes. A sheet of garage sale price stickers. A room full of young leaders.The concept is simple, but the Manifesto Project’s goal is much more far-reaching. Young leaders gathered at CO+HOOTS coworking space just outside downtown Phoenix Tuesday to brainstorm ideas for youth leadership retention in an event hosted by The Manifesto Project…
By Laura Armenta, Phoenix New Times, August 14, 2013
This entrepreneur-driven collaborative workspace is the perfect place to settle in with like-minded people and get inspired. If you enjoy nerding out with fellow creatives and working alongside fun, local business-driven people, then Co+Hoots is the place for you. With dozens of local businesses working together under one roof, this space may be just what you need to get yourself out of that small business funk…
By Lauren Fach , GrowSouthwest.com, June 05, 2013
Jenny Poon, a dedicated and hardworking entrepreneur, sat down with GrowSouthwest.com to talk about how she founded the CO+HOOTS co-working space in downtown Phoenix and her own graphic design company eeko studio…
By Rachael Coukoulis, Downtown Devil, April 30, 2013
Coworking space CO+HOOTS is discussing a second Phoenix location to the relief of businesses that are competing to be a part of the company…
By Matt Makai , Coding Across America, April 17, 2013
CO+HOOTS is a co-working space located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
CO+HOOTS was started by Jenny Poon about three years ago. Before starting her co-working space, Jenny worked on independent graphic design contracts at home. She was bored without social interaction and it negatively impacted her design creativity. Jenny got a group of fellow entrepreneurs and started CO+HOOTS…
By Alexandra Scoville, Downtown Devil, January 25, 2013
As soon as she enters, Jenny Poon brings a new energy to the already bustling, warm CO+HOOTS building. The shared workspace is an old auto shop renovated to remain industrious but also modern, with local art, inspirational quotes and images of owls littered liberally about…
By Eugene Scott, The Republic | azcentral.com, January 04, 2013
Phoenix leaders are launching Washington Row, a corridor in downtown Phoenix that they hope will turn downtown Phoenix into a national entrepreneurial leader…
By Courtney McCune, Downtown Phoenix Journal, November 05, 2012
CO+HOOTS, the downtown Phoenix co-working space, landed at its new home at 1027 E. Washington St. The move is part of a larger collaboration among local co-working spaces and incubators to create an entrepreneurial business corridor known as “Washington Row.”
By J. Craig Anderson, Arizona Republic, November 03, 2012
When Jenny Poon, founder of CO+HOOTS, looks at an office building, she sees a potential catalyst for collaboration and mutual benefit among its occupants.
With that idea in mind, this professional graphic designer and serial entrepreneur has been working for the past three months on what she hopes will be the ultimate collaborative workspace.
Read about the growth of CO+HOOTS and the planning that went into the buildout for the new location on Washington & 10th Street…
By Kimberly Koerth, Downtown Devil, September 24, 2012
Phoenicians converged at monOrchid Monday to join more than 30,000 global citizens in streaming Mashable’s Social Good Summit, carrying the international conversation to downtown Phoenix…
By Tim Gallen, Phoenix Business Journal, July 26, 2012
Co+Hoots, a co-working space for creative entrepreneurs in downtown Phoenix, will relocate to a larger location to help spearhead Washington Row, a new coalition of business incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces.
The relocation and new space, dubbed Co+Hoots 2.0, will launch Oct. 1 in a renovated auto shop at 1027 E. Washington St. in Phoenix…
By Matt Longdon, Downtown Devil, July 19, 2012
The downtown community workspace CO+HOOTS will be moving in August to a new location in the “entrepreneurial corridor” on Washington Street, according to a press release.
CO+HOOTS, the only shared workspace in the downtown area that caters to small businesses, is relocating to accommodate growth, which “is a good problem to have,” manager Ross Loftin said…
By Jessica VanZalen, AZ Republic, September 09, 2010
Jenny Poon says the co-working trend is starting to pay off for her…
By Jennifer LeClaire, A Better Office, June 18, 2010
Do you like to get in cahoots with other creative professionals, but you are isolated in your home office space? CO+HOOTS , a creative coworking facility in Phoenix, aims to solve that problem for you for a few dollars a month…
AZ Tech Beat
Over the last decade years, more and more professionals have been able to forgo the corporate office environment and work from anywhere with an Internet connection. But while working from home may sound like a dream come true, it often proves to be amotivational and, frankly…