Spark rebrands as The Cowork Space with improved website integrated with Silicon Couloir

JACKSON HOLE, WYO — Last fall, Silicon Couloir established a physical location with the acquisition of Spark Jackson Hole, recently named as one of the top 50 cowork spaces in the country.

Since the acquisition, Silicon Couloir staff and board of directors have been planning the integration of the business under the organization’s umbrella. Astute observers may have noticed a recent change of signage from Spark Jackson Hole to The Cowork Space. It’s part of a rebrand underway to integrate and upgrade the Spark website with the Silicon Couloir website with the new and improved Silicon Couloir website—now offering features such as online signup, membership payment, and conference room reservations.

In an effort to continue providing a high-quality workspace for members, significant upgrades have recently been made to the conference room. The room has been increased by approximately 40% and soundproofed in order to accommodate larger company meetings. A 55-inch flat-screen TV and Polycom SoundStation have been added to improve teleconferencing. Additional improvements are in the works to make the space as professional, efficient, and welcoming as possible.

New Silicon Couloir executive director Gary Trauner will be at the rebranding event this Thursday. (Courtesy Silicon Couloir)

As always, members will enjoy reliable high-speed Internet, 24/7 access, printing capabilities, phone booths for private calls, and a kitchenette. Day pass users can enjoy the space from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday. The Cowork Space is available for after-hours events to non-members for a fee.

“The Cowork Space is a vital aspect of the entrepreneurial community providing 24/7 affordable workspace for our hard-working members,” says Executive Director Gary Trauner. “Look for continued improvements in the design and function of the space in the near future. We believe that inspired workspaces help us do our most inspiring work, and we will strive to make The Cowork Space a creative hub for the community ”

Silicon Couloir is planning a community-wide rebranding celebration at The Cowork Space located at 140 East Broadway, Suite 25 this Thursday, May 9 from 5-7pm. If you haven’t had a chance yet to meet Silicon Couloir’s new executive director Gary Trauner, this is a great opportunity to speak with him about his vision for the future. Considering becoming a member? Stop in and tour the space. Submit your name at the event for a drawing of a free monthly membership and free day use passes.

Until Thursday’s event, hop on the Internet and check out the new look website.

“As the organization evolves with more programs and services, it’s crucial that our website provide clear avenues for the public to engage with Silicon Couloir whether you are an entrepreneur, an investor, or a volunteer, ” says Marketing and Program Coordinator Rebecca Reimers. “Silicon Couloir has grown significantly in the past few years, and our new website reflects the expansion.”

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