So you've launched your startup. But do you have a plan to scale?
Join Truss at CIC Boston for a panel on what you need to know to scale. Learn about raising capital, creating a strategy, selecting the right space and all the resources you'll need along the way.
Q&A to follow. Drinks and light bites provided.
Naomi Berlin, Strategic Sales Director, Cambridge Innovation Center
Adam Valkin, Managing Director, General Catalyst
Chris Fahey, Head of Ecosystem, Pillar VC
Tom Smith, Co-Founder, Truss
Elad Shoushan, Entrepreneur, Startup Advisor & Investor, MIT
6:00 PM — 7:00 PM: Panel
7:00 PM — 8:30 PM: Networking Social
Truss is a leading online marketplace to help small and medium sized business owners find, tour and lease space. Our tech-enabled platform and our people help you find the right space for the best price in record time.
We help small businesses find office, coworking, industrial and retail space with more than 300 million square feet available and counting. Our technology enables business owners to find the right space confidently by comparing spaces in our marketplace. Truss also offers dedicated brokers who act as the point person throughout the seamless process.
Plus, we are the only platform to offer price transparency for small business owners, which means we’re the only site to compare pricing on traditional office space and coworking space.
The result? You have the best information and a straightforward way to efficiently lease space you can call home.
In 1999, “coworking” wasn’t a household term, let alone a standard office option. That year, CIC became the first provider of shared office space in Cambridge’s Kendall Square, now known as the most innovative square mile on the planet. The mission was the same then as it is now: to support entrepreneurs in fixing the world through innovation. As of 2018, over 5,000 companies had chosen CIC as their platform for growth, and we’ve grown along the way, too. Since 2014, we have expanded to six cities with several more campuses under development. Whether looking at our own growth or that of our clients, we find it most meaningful to examine the bigger picture: how our work improves our communities.