(Photo by Lalita Clozel)
The 3,500-square-foot space is barely broken in yet: decoration is sparse and the smell of new furniture lingers on.
Nahorniak has reached out to Contactually, Social Tables and LivingSocial to “talk shop,” has chatted with DC Tech Meetup founders Zvi Band and DJ Saul, and joined angel investors club K Street Capital.
Nahorniak has a collaborative view of entrepreneurship. “We’re all people, we all want to connect,” he said.
In Baltimore, he was heavily involved in organizing the tech scene — maybe too much for his own good.
“There are probably ten really good developers in the city as a whole,” he said. “They work for my friends’ companies.”
So he decided to get closer to a larger pond of talent. “D.C. couldn’t help but be a [tech] destination based on some of the industries that are here,” he said.
Which also brings him closer to his clients: marketing professionals.
The company currently has 10 full-time employees, about half of whom are D.C.-based.
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