Saskatchewan's 1st co-working space opened to public today
More than 140 people work at the Two Twenty facility
Saskatchewan's first co-working space was open to the public today in celebration of International Co-working Day.
The Two Twenty in Saskatoon helps provide self-employed professionals or people working for different employers, with resources they need to be productive in a workplace environment.
More than 140 entrepreneurs, social innovators, and small businesses work at the Two Twenty facility.
According to a spokesperson at The Two Twenty, people working from home may sometimes feel isolated and cut off from the world. They believe working in a co-working space can increase productivity for such self-employed workers.
On Tuesday, workers at the The Two Twenty provided tours of their facilities on 220 20th St. W. People interested in other co-working events there this week can find more here.
The Two Twenty was founded in 2010.