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$25 / pp / day

TeamUp Coworking Wheaton, United States

$50 / pp / day

My Half of the Sky Coffee House & Coworking Wheaton, United States


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About Wheaton

More of a suburb than a city in Milton, Wheaton is the county seat of DuPage County in Illinois sitting about 48km west of Chicago. Swamped in tech-savvy minds with innovative youth graduating from one of the many educational institutions in the city, Wheaton is close enough to Chicago to be included in their tech scene happenings. As one would imagine, Wheaton is bustling with humanity going about their daily business from hitting a golf ball at one of the many golf courses to doing the odd spot of shopping in one of the large malls. Sipping coffee in cafes, taking long lunches or lurking in coworking venues getting creative, especially in the food industry and being spearheaded by superwomen as about one-third of its startups are the domain of females. This is a vibrant city for aspiring entrepreneurs as Chicago has about 3,000 startups happening.

A hot spot for attention and investments, Chicago's startup scene is gaining momentum and retaining its reputation as a tech hub in spite of the loss of Amazon within its boundaries. The city is still attracting expanding tech companies and seeing tech office expansions plus company satellite offices opening. Both Facebook and Google have made significant office expansions into the city, and it's the 2nd most popular destination for companies based in Seattle, Boston, New York and the Bay Area. There has been an explosion of food and beverage startups, and Kraft Heinz launched a startup incubator and investment fund in the city to connect with early-stage companies. Tyson Foods has also launched an investment fund in Chicago in an attempt to be at the forefront of food innovation. The logistics tech industry is believed to be in take-off mode, and the city is being seen as a supply chain hub.

Chicago is a tech-friendly city that attracts companies for its tax incentives, regulations, business-friendly policies, state-funded research programs and regulations that protect consumers and businesses. Coworking venues are merely one more space for the creative and innovative souls of the city to congregate and collaborate.

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