Mesa O-Zone lands Launch Pad

By Victoria Harker | Chamber Business News

Launch Pad, a national network of coworking spaces that targets communities in opportunity zones, is coming to historic downtown Mesa. 

The coworking giant lures freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups with low monthly leases and high tech modernized spaces in “momentum markets,” said Anne Driscoll, CEO and co-founder. 

It also invests in people and companies that need it most, said Driscoll, who announced the project virtually Tuesday with a host of public and private officials including Mesa Mayor John Giles and Arizona U.S. Senator Martha McSally.  

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