get to work. build something.

It ain’t easy being an entrepreneur.

Whether you’re trying to build a business from scratch or have been a one-person show for years as you’ve scaled your idea, the roller coaster of entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart. hygge was created to make the whole thing a little less lonely and a little more easy.

how can coworking help?

Need a reason to change out of your pajama pants (but no pressure – we’re casual around here). Let’s talk about everything else we can do for you.

  • 24/7 access to all four of our locations to come work whenever, wherever
  • The opportunity to meet your new best friend (or future spouse – we’ve seriously had that happen)
  • A network of other business owners, startup founders, freelancers and nonprofit directors you can bounce ideas off of and connect with
  • Free, local coffee
  • The ability to use us as your business address
  • Phone rooms for business calls and zoom meetings
  • Free meeting space hours for whatever you might need
  • Fast wifi
  • Free parking
  • Free black and white printing options
  • Access to community events, continuing education opportunities and other fun get togethers

what is coworking?

If you have no idea what coworking is, it’s all good. We didn’t either. Basically, it’s a space where anyone can come and get some work done. And that might have you scratching your head and wondering, “Well, can’t I just do this at home or from my favorite coffee shop?” Yes, yes you can.

But coworking comes with some perks that other free work spaces don’t. Things like free local coffee, fast wifi, meeting rooms to use to meet with investors or potential clients, and a community you can engrain yourself within. Within a coworking community you’ll find a diverse group of businesses and entrepreneurs at different stages, giving you the opportunity to grow and learn in ways not possible at home on your own.

Coworking is about more than space; it’s about people. If you’re sick of doing this on your own, we’ve got your back.

coworking for startups


Skiptown, previously known as Skipper and before that known as The Waggle Company, is perhaps one of the best examples of this ideal. Over the course of four years, Meggie grew her startup from herself, her husband and a single employee to an 80-employee business which successfully pivoted several times to remain relevant and exciting for investors.

hear from some hygge entrepreneurs.

It’s important to see yourself in some of the fam. We get it. Check out the following conversations with other hygge entrepreneurs.

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day passes.

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