Meet the New Owners of Work in Progress

Work in Progress Las Vegas

Work in Progress Las Vegas has a new leadership team, and #VegasTech gets to make the very first public announcement! As of Monday, September 18th, Kenny Eliason and Kurt Wankier of NeONBRAND Digital Marketing (the company that operates #VegasTech) are officially the new owners of Work in Progress. A letter was sent to current Work in … Continued

Work In Progress Announces New Location

In Spring 2016, Let’s Rally, a Las Vegas-based digital marketing agency, first expressed interest in taking over Work In Progress. The co-working space in Downtown Las Vegas was first opened in 2013 as a subsidiary of VTF Capital, formerly known as VegasTechFund, the venture arm of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s $350 million expenditure to launch the … Continued

Work in Progress gives start-ups their space in Vegas

The Las Vegas Review Journal’s Alan Snel visited Work In Progress and wrote a piece called “Work in Progress gives start-ups their space in Vegas“. “Work In Progress began humbly with about 20 members in February 2013 and has grown to 161 paying members, along with another 50 people who use the start up services … Continued

Work In Progress Joins Startup Exchanges

The team at Work In Progress is excited to announce a new program they have partnered with to help growth opportunities in new cities and build VegasTechFunded teams’ networks. The program, called Startup Exchanges, is an initiative by 50 Partners along with several leading incubators around the world. The program’s goal is to facilitate international development for startups. … Continued

Meet The Makers: Places You Can Find Makers in Las Vegas

The hardware community in Las Vegas is small, but growing quickly. This community is made up of hackers, makers, artists, innovators, inventors, people of knowledge, and people who want to learn. “With so many people able to freely share ideas and spread inspiration across the web, makers are forming communities of their own, and more people … Continued

Mentor Office Hours with Trinh Wong

Before moving to the Bay Area, Trinh Wong did not know about the culture of techies and technology startups. However, once she began to see the ways in which tech’s culture of innovation was disrupting norms and solving problems — she realized that she had finally found her tribe. On May 23, 2014, Trinh Wong … Continued