Tuesday July 21, 2015 0 comments
WESTMINSTER -- The DaVinci Institute, a Colorado-based think tank, announced it is moving its headquarters from Louisville to the top floor of the Compass Bank building, 9191 Sheridan Blvd, in Westminster.
Part of the Institute’s expanded new facility will be a collaborative work area for co-working by individuals and companies “wanting to stay on the cutting-edge of tomorrow.”
“The DaVinci Institute has traditionally been a working laboratory focused on the future human experience," said Thomas Frey, executive director and senior futurist at the Institute.
“Our new facility will be framed around more of a ‘co-working laboratory,’ and we will expand the ‘future human experience’ to include like-minded visionaries wanting to create a better tomorrow.”
In addition to the new co-working operation, the 14,000-square-foot facility will be home to DaVinci Coders, one of the nation’s top-rated programmer training centers for those wanting to enter the coding profession, and the Vizionarium, the Institute’s future consulting service.
Frey said the Institute will offer an ongoing series of workshops, bootcamps, seminars and education events.
“Our plan is to involve a significant cross-section of Colorado’s Front Range in our immersive programs, co-working and events,” Frey said. “Once we get everything operational, we will be hosting an open house to let everyone know how they can become involved.”