Shopify opened its entrepreneurial space in NYC last year to offer its existing and upcoming entrepreneurs a workspace to create community support and allow sellers to network and collaborate. The 8000 square feet two-story building is located in the heart of SoHo at 131 Greene St. The place has exciting features like a podcast studio, a photo studio, a café, and a pop-up shop. The space hosts 30-minute support 1:1s, book podcasts, photography events, and workshops. It lets the merchants sell products at their pop-up shop. With four in every thousand residents in New York City opening their business on Shopify, the clever move by the company has helped it wedge its foot into a fresh market and garner more customers. The place is open to merchants six days a week to support their business and by appointment on Mondays.
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