A new coworking space has opened up in the Waccamaw Pottery center on highway 501 in Myrtle Beach. This shared community office sits in the back of a large art gallery and presentation area. The Grand Strand Technology Council plans to host all of their seminars and special events in the gallery space, and will be opening the back office this week for any of their coworking members to use.
To get a first look at the space, attend the upcoming event, 1 Million Cups!
The GS Tech Council will also be keeping their Pawleys Island location open to members, which also includes presentation space. This gives members an office in both Horry and Georgetown County!
If you are interested in coworking and having access to these two office spaces, contact the Grand Strand Technology Council to learn more!