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Venturef0rth is throwing a big ol’ party at Underground Arts

The troubled coworking space, which recently got bailed out by an anonymous donor, is hosting the event as a way to raise money for new programming, said community manager Melissa Marsili.

Underground Arts. (Photo by Neal Santos)

Party with Venturef0rth.
The Callowhill coworking space, which until recently was close to shutting down, is throwing a blowout tomorrow at Underground Arts. We haven’t seen this type of party from the Philly tech scene yet — it seems to cater to a non-tech audience (it’s hosted by rapper Chill Moody, among others) but also features a whole slew of technologists as guest speakers, like Roar for Good cofounder Yasmine Mustafa and Milkcrate CEO Morgan Berman. Whose Your Landlord cofounder Ofo Ezeugwu, a DreamIt alum, is also co-hosting.
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It’s not a fundraiser to keep the space open, said community manager Melissa Marsili, since Venturef0rth raised that money from an anonymous donor. Instead, she said, it’s a way to raise money for new programming. It’s also an interesting marketing play for the coworking space, which is bundling an event ticket and one month’s membership for $50.
Venturef0rth is is working with the folks at Bonfire, who run marketing for Underground Arts, to host the event. They’re getting the space at a discounted, charitable rate, said Bonfire’s Kevin Horn.

Companies: Whose Your Landlord / Venturef0rth

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