The Speak Easy has announced plans for a new Indianapolis location. The downtown entrepreneurship space will be geared for larger startups the organization says have outgrown the current building in the Broad Ripple area "and are looking to scale."
The Speak Easy says it is still finalizing agreements with founding partners of the new space, which will be located near Monument Circle in the heart of downtown Indy. More details are expected next month or in April.
Since it began in 2011 and opened in 2012, the organization says 170 companies have "graduated," which it says accounts for some 1,000 jobs. Businesses linked to the Speak Easy include Tinderbox, Torchlite and Lesson.ly.
Access to the new and existing locations is membership-based.
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