Coworking Space Opens Doors To Local Government Contractors this Fall
June 12, 2019- Arlington, Virginia Eastern Foundry, a coworking community for government contractors, will open its newest coworking location in Fayetteville, North Carolina this September. Fayetteville’s proximity to the largest Army installation in the country, Fort Bragg, and its impressive contracting community make it a prime location for the company’s first expansion outside of Virginia since it opened doors in 2014. As an introduction to Eastern Foundry, we will be hosting a Q&A panel on Thursday, June 27, at 4 PM in downtown Fayetteville.
“We can’t wait to show Fayetteville what Eastern Foundry can do for their business community,” said Andrew Chang, Co-founder of Eastern Foundry. “As an Army veteran, I know how important the units and contractors in and around Ft. Bragg are to our nation, so I’ve wanted to open a location here for years. The access to government tailored business support services can act as a major catalyst to any business looking to grow.”
To RSVP for the introductory Q&A event, please fill out the interest form at https://info.eastern-foundry.com/fayetteville
About Eastern Foundry
Eastern Foundry is a first-of-its-kind community where technologists, government contractors and agencies convene to exchange information and opportunities, find teaming partners and conduct business. Providing all of the resources of a modern technology coworking space, Eastern Foundry offers physical workspace, services, trainings and information tailored to help large and small businesses achieve government contracting success. To learn more about Eastern Foundry, visit Eastern-Foundry.com, follow us on Twitter @EasternFoundry or stop by one of our offices in Crystal City, Virginia and Fayetteville, North Carolina.